As a former cord-cutter, I understand the frustration associated with the high costs of cable and other related services. The main reason I did away with cable in the first place was to cut down on what I felt were unnecessary expenses, but I quickly realized that the cost of cord-cutting wound up being quite similar to what I had been paying in the first place.
I had to pay more for Internet after dropping my cable/Internet bundle, and the costs of the streaming services I subscribed to added up in relatively short order.
I was still saving money, but I became frustrated when I realized the live sports streams would often freeze or shift in and out of HD, not to mention the many instances in which the audio was just a few seconds ahead of the video. The quality of the live sports streams left me with a choice: upgrade to a faster Internet service (and pay more than I had been for cable and