Am I the only one who doesn't really understand what cord cutting means? It seems to me I have to pay for Comcast's or AT&T's cord to my house so I can get Internet.
Then Comcast has an unintelligible-to-me list of add-ons and bundles. They have the Quad Play, Triple Play, and Double Play. They come bundled with the Netflix app. There are 140+ channels of something that work for some Warriors games but not others. There's home security and something about phone calling to some of the world.
So I just try to buy the cord with fast Internet and try not get the confusing extras that can be delivered on my cord. Does that mean I cut the cord?
I have a vague notion that I go to watch the Warriors home playoff games at my friend's house because something about cord cutting. Or not. He bought some streaming package to watch over his cord?