How much do you pay to provide TV to your customers? Whether you’re a sports bar, a restaurant, a cocktail lounge, a gym, or even a dentist’s office, that bill mounts up pretty quickly. In fact, the average bar with five TV screens pays upwards of $550 a month for cable TV. That’s more than $6,600 per year. Ouch.
Those outrageous fees become a thing of the past when you switch to Freedom Stream. The Freedom Stream Scissor offers 4 times the programming than your current cable contract allows for.
And we deliver all the sports your customers want — NFL Sunday Ticket, MLB Extra Innings, NHL Center Ice, all the big pay-per-view sports events, plus international sports. All of it. There’s no need for your customers to go anywhere else when you’re showing what they want to see.
When you look at the bottom line, the Freedom Stream just makes sense. I mean, which would you rather pay: $6,600 or $1,200 per year for those 5 TVs? (Especially when you’re getting more content for $1,200.) Yeah, we thought so.
What channels are your must-haves? What channels have you always wanted to explore? Chances are, we’ve got them all. You can cancel cable and still get all your favorites.
Everything from the edgy, can’t-miss shows of HBO in all its versions to the kid-happy offerings of Animal Planet and Nickelodeon. All the news channels — CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and more. Every ESPN channel keeps you up-to-date with your favorite teams. The comfort food offerings of the Food Network and the intriguing indies of the Sundance Channel.
Not to mention all the sports. NFL Sunday Ticket. MLB Extra Innings. NHL Center Ice. Plus all the big pay-per-view sports events.
Plus dozens of PPV channels for movies and more. And did we mention all the music channels?
And of course, the networks. ABC. CBS. NBC. FOX. Plus all their major affiliates, with local programming across the country.
Take a look at our searchable channel listing to see the channels you can expect to see on your Freedom Stream Scissors. All of these are available when you cut the cord. And remember: Our providers are adding channels and new media daily, so these lists will never be fully complete