Even before subscription fatigue became a thing, consumers already had to budget for monthly services, such as a pay TV package, phone bills, home monitoring systems, and other expenses.
However, more modern conveniences – like high-speed Wi-Fi and smartphones – have rendered many of these “legacy” services redundant. After all, why pay for cable when you mostly watch streaming video services? And if your family and friends haven’t called your landline for years, there’s no point in paying for that number.
So, it’s no surprise “cord cutting” has become a popular trend among all age groups. Here are several examples of what you can cancel – or at least replace with newer technology – including a couple of areas you might not have thought of.