We don’t have cable TV. The main reason is because I am a television addict. Sit me in front of a TV after 7:00pm and I am useless. I go into a hypnotic state and am pretty much good for nothing. Also,
Time Warner Cable Choice Cable won’t bring cable to our neighborhood (even though we are on a main road with cable).
When we do watch TV, we decide which show we are going to watch and watch it on Hulu or one of the many streaming movie services on the web. The streaming movie services are all based in other countries that allow it and they are usually plagued with pop up advertisements, are poor quality and are anything but consistant.
We have been members of Netflix for years and when we are in California or traveling, we take advantage of their online streaming movies and tv shows, but they only owed the rights for the 50 states and when streaming was attempted from Puerto Rico, it wouldn’t stream and in place of the movie/tv show it would state that they don’t have the rights to show the program in Puerto Rico.
Well, all that has changed now. I received an email from Netflix yesterday saying their service now works in Puerto Rico! Yeah, cheers to Netflix for making the effort to gain the Puerto Rico market. We are stoked.
Last night I stayed up way too late watching a movie in bed on my laptop, and I’m stoked!! The streaming was SUPER fast, it never got interrupted or lost its quality.