Doesn't really matter what your speed is the bottleneck is on the directv end. Service isn't the greatest, its better now than it was. I'd blame my internet but every other service works fine on my end.Does anyone know the minimum speed needed for Directv Now to work fairly well?
All that matters is that it works for you.I don't understand these elaborate set ups you guys are putting together, but i bought a smart TV this past weekend and set up a $40 Hulu account. It has everything I view on a regular basis and will save me about $130 a month over what I was paying Direct TV.
fubo.tv seems to be a good alternative.Do you guys know of a good solution that includes some live sports? I can live without most cable, but I do like to watch the Pac 12 network, espn, fox sports, and the Utah Jazz games. I've never been able to find a solution that offers that.
I just 'cut the cord' with hulu and netflix in January. No other cable or TV services. We have amazon prime if we need to watch some movies or tv shows, but are actively striving to just read more or do more together as a family. We only had hulu for the college football season anyway, we might do youtube tv this fall instead for football. All 4 kids under the age of 12, they're surviving just fine. Life is better being more unplugged.
If I paid for Netflix, I wouldn't have it. I watch a show on there once in a blue moon. I have Amazon Prime for the shipping, so until they make Video separate, I guess I'll keep it. Other than that, its all about Plex, man! My little constellation of servers I connect to gets me anything and everything I want to watch.We got rid of netflix early last fall too. Too much weird shit in their new 'originals' and I just found that I didn't care to watch anything that was there anyways.