I no longer have cable TV, at least not in Vermont. Basic cable is included in the association fee I pay on my place in Florida. I find things to watch on Netflix and recently I signed up for an Amazon prime video trial. I wanted to watch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel since I watched the first two episodes when I was at my friend Diane's house. There were 16 more episodes to watch and I managed to binge my way through.
I can get some of what is on regular TV on YouTube or other sites on my Roku. I get news on my computer. It beats paying over $200 to Comcast for hundreds of programs I would never watch. Comcast did try to convince me that paying just for WiFi was a bad deal over bundling. Hmm. Paying for a landline I don't use and programs I don't watch did not seem like all that much of a bargain to me.
BTW, dealing with Comcast when I am in Florida is a pain for the long lines if I have to go in, but the people are always polite and lovely and take care of whatever business I need taking care of in a building or over the phone.
Comcast in Vermont -- not so much. After Mike died I stood in line (before the fancy new showrooms) and then was sent home to get the death certificate (and my name was already on the account). What possible reason could I have had for lying about the death of my spouse to the Comcast people? I was trying to get the payment switched to the bank account in my name, not steal equipment. My dealings with them have not improved much since then. Nothing annoys me more than having to deal with VT Comcast. Perhaps it is my bad attitude? But I think I have reason for a bad attitude.