It's that time of year when there's a pretty big drive to try to compete with people who have cut the cord. I used this to my advantage by calling my local TV provider and asking what they have that could compete against Hulu. They went through a few of the normal tactics which included how they offer better service (questionable) and their up time versus Hulu (negligible). I eventually said that I was a customer of their ISP side of the business for years and that I didn't want to take on an additional expense. After about 20 minutes on the phone, I received a discount on my internet, a streaming device (New Roku), and some premium streaming channels at a pretty deep discount. One of the things to point out is to ask a lot about the contractual obligations of this agreement. The one I'm with doesn't have a contract so I can cancel it after a predetermined amount of time. What's important is that you don't get into something where you're stuck for a couple years and then out of nowhere they raise your bill and you're not able to do anything about it. Good luck!