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With the arrival of online streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, consumers have the option to watch movies, television shows and even live events without having to pay for a cable television service. This is an exciting prospect for many prospect for many Singaporeans. But how much could you really save by “cutting the cord”?

Streaming Services Give Consumers Alternatives to Cable Television

Across the world streaming services have become an increasingly common form of entertainment, while cable TV has become less popular in some places. For example, from 2015 to 2017 alone, the number of paid television subscribers in Singapore decreased by 115,000, a 12% drop. This was likely influenced by the introduction of streaming