Streaming TV services like HBO NOW might not be cheaper, but they’re better for consumers

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The a-la-carte dream of cable TV probably won’t ever happen. Instead, over-the-top services from individual networks like HBO and the new Sling TV service will pick up where pay-TV failed. Maybe you’ll save some money, maybe you won’t. But what you won’t have to deal with when you cut the cord is the horrid billing that comes with pay-TV. Cable services like Comcast usually offer new users a deal to join. Get 6,000 channels plus HBO and Showtime for $70 a month for a year. If you look at the fine print, that monthly price usually jumps to something astronomical.…

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