There is a lot of new streaming media out there. Will it benefit your more to drop your TV provider and go internet? Most TV watchers might have a hard time with this decision. Streaming options might have cheaper options to look at.

Here are some possibly options, according to Good Housekeeping:

  • Roku 3 offers more than 1,000 channels for around $100. It also has a cool remote that allows users to plug in a headset while their partner sleeps undisturbed.
  • Apple TV, like Roku, also offers a variety of programming for $99. But while shows and movies from iTunes are limited, AirPlay allows users to stream content directly from Apple products wirelessly.
  • Google Chromecast is a new device that plugs straight into a TV and offers popular online entertainment from Netflix, YouTube, Google Play and Hulu Plus. Bonus! It’s only $35.
  • Warning – streaming popular shows like Modern Family, Dexter, Orange is the New Black, Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad might come with additional annual costs. But watching those shows through a streaming device cost no more than $400 a year, which equates to an estimated monthly payment of $33.

Do you have any other suggestions for people wanting to drop their TV provider?