Are you tired of paying too much for cable television? Join us and become a cordcutter today. We offer advice on live streaming and on demand services, antennas, and OTA DVRs. Get help with your Smart TV, Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Android TV. Discuss Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Learn about Sling TV, PS Vue, FuboTV, DirecTV Now, YouTube TV and Philo.
The rules of TV have changed.™ PlayStation™Vue is a no-contract, over the top streaming TV provider targeted toward cord cutters looking for a cable television alternative. The PlayStation™Vue app is available on multiple devices and platforms. PlayStation™Vue offers cloud DVR, video on demand (VOD), and "TV Everywhere" authentication for numerous networks.
This is a subreddit for everything related to DirecTV Now, the new AT&T streaming service set to release before the end of the year. As more information is released, it will be posted and we welcome discussion. Discussion for other cord cutting services is also welcome.
Welcome to the subreddit of the best wireless carrier in the industry! T-Mobile is the third largest wireless carrier in the U.S. offering affordable plans, the fastest network in America, no contract, and no overages. This is the place to discuss everything magenta!
r/Hulu is the un-official subreddit of Hulu, Hulu with No Ads, and Hulu with Live TV. Hulu, which launched in 2008 is a leading premium streaming service that offers instant access to live and on demand channels, original series and films, and a premium library of TV and movies to more than 20 million subscribers in the U.S. This service is only available in the U.S. We are not Hulu support. Please do not post or send your account information to our moderators.
This sub is for discussion and links pertaining to unofficial addons for Kodi Media Center and is not endorsed by Team Kodi/XBMC nor their foundation. Discussion of core Kodi functionality or addons from the Official Kodi Repository should go in /r/Kodi
/r/AmazonEcho is a community centered around the Amazon Echo, or as we like to call her - Alexa. Alexa is designed around your voice. She's always on—just ask for information, music, news, weather, and more. She's also an expertly-tuned speaker that can fill any room with immersive sound.
HomeNetworking is a place where anyone can ask for help with their home or small office network. No question is too small, but please be sure to read the rules and [posting guidelines](https://www.reddit.com/r/HomeNetworking/comments/3hvyg0/rhomenetworking_posting_guidelines_and_helpful/) before asking for help. We also welcome product reviews, and pretty much anything else related to small networks.