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Jump to details Cable TV can seem a lot like a landline phone these days: an unnecessary expense that's shackled to outdated hardware.
All the cool kids and a lot of the cool grownups are cutting the cable TV cord.
If you want to join them but still want to keep live TV, you've come to the right place. And they probably cost far less than you're paying the cable company for TV. And you can watch at home or on the go via a phone or tablet, or even a PC browser.
CNET may earn commissions from the services featured on this page. It also has the best cloud DVR of the bunch, including unlimited storage and a generous nine months to watch recordings most are 30 days. YouTube TV's interface is no-nonsense, if a little drab, and yet it offers most of the features a cable service can give you.
And unlike Sling and others, it's dead simple: one package, one price, done.
With its best-in-class channel selection and cloud DVR, YouTube TV is our favorite option for cord-cutters who want the perks of cable without the hassle. Top channels not available:.