That could enable more satellite customers to cut the cord
or switch to an alternative live TV streaming service.
"It meant a lot to me every time I played for my country, and when I first heard it my initial thought was, if he doesn't want to play for us, cut the cord
Cut the cord
a few inches past your thumb, pass the end through the loop you added, and use the free ends of the loop (now dangling below the band) to pull the end of your working cord down, under the existing wraps.
Leading figures in the Welsh political establishment were appalled by the messages put out by Leave campaigners, but these calls for Brexit stuck a chord with citizens across the nation - and persuaded Wales' voters to cut the cord
with the EU.
Hitachi has invested in the North East and will continue to invest in the North East irregardless whether we 'cut the cord
' or not.
In fact, 90% of respondents said they either don't have cable or would be willing to cut the cord
for reasons such as price increases or the ability to subscribe directly to the channels they want.
A company that offers a product which brings live local television to tablet owners, thus making it easier to cut the cord
, is the 29th and latest member of industry advocacy TVfreedom.org.
Work started with laying of the foundation stone in 1905 At noon on October 21, 1910, the mayoress cut the cord
to release a pendulum to start the chimes of the clock on the new South Shields Town Hall.
According to United States Telecom Association, about 45 percent of Americans have cut the cord
on landlines, but some people, including many celebrities, have revealed that they are staying connected only at home, the New York Daily News reported.
Sometimes it is easier to cut the cord
and start over.
The automaker is particularly adept at father-daughter tales--like "Baby Driver," the Emmy-nominated spot from 2010, and now "Cut the Cord
," about a girl's first day of school.
Absolutely need to cut the cord
at some point; matter of when not if ...