How to Lower Your Apartment’s TV and Internet Bills

December 4th, 2013

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Everyday we are getting increasingly hooked on the internet. From simple emails and chats, we went to high-speed broadband, capable of delivering HD quality content, even on mobile devices. Most homes and apartments have high-speed internet pre-installed, and The Plaza is no exception.

High-speed internet is more important than ever, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room to cut a few corners and shave a few bucks from your bill. For example, the average cable bill is $75 and is going up, and the same goes for internet bills, provided you don’t use a cable bundle.

There are a few simple ways of reducing internet and cable bills, and the most obvious one is to compare available services and packages. Maybe you can do with fewer channels or a few megabits less. It’s not much of a saving on a monthly level, but it piles up over the years.

Our apartments offer a wide selection of service providers for phone, internet and TV: AT&T, Comcast, DirecTV, and Dish Network. Do your research, check and compare the prices and bear in mind that if one provider offers a cheap deal on an entry-level package, this does not necessarily mean that other service tiers are cheaper, as well.

If you have friends searching for eco-friendly apartments in Foster City with all the perks of comfortable, modern living like high-speed internet throughout, contact us for more information.

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