Here is a comparison chart for Netflix vs Comcast XFinity vs At&t Uverse :
In 2009 we had Comcast for the whole year. On average we paid $65/month for our Comcast Cable now known as XFinity. So, that’s a total of $780 for the year. This was without paying for pay-per-view, or HBO, or Showtime etc. Not premium channels, just the basic channels.
For 2010, we continue to subscribe to Comcast XFinity and Netflix at the the same time. So, for Comcast we still paid $780/year and for Netflix we paid an additional $134 (at a $9.99/month for Unlimited Streaming and Unlimited DVDs at 1 DVD/Month). So we paid a total of $914 for the year. Let’s say on average we watched 1 hour of TV a day, that’s 365 hours a year. So at the $914 price point, we paid approximately $2.65/day for Television. It doesn’t sound like much, but when we started to look at Netflix alone in 2011, we were blown away by how much we were wasting.
Comcast or Cable TV as a whole is sort of like a safety blanket. We have come to realize, that we didn’t actually watch anything that we needed Cable TV or Live TV for. All we did was DVR the shows that we wanted to watch and watch it later. This was a revelation, that we came to realize only when we took the step to elimated cable tv out of our home and just stick with Netflix. Now, with only $134/year or $.32/day we get all the movies, and TV shows we want to watch. Also, with other streaming sites like Hulu, we don’t miss a single TV show that we want to watch. Another beautiful thing about not having a service that just has something or the other all the time like At&T Uverse or Cable. We got more time to our selves, who knows maybe to read books.
Netflix is definitely the best deal on the web. And here at Netflix Deals we are constantly finding the right deal for you.