via Cord Cutters News
By Luke Bouma
March 10, 2017
I often hear from spouses who want to be cord cutters who cannot convince their significant other to ditch the overpriced TV bill. Increasingly I am hearing from women trying to convince their husbands to become cord cutters.
So here are a few tips to help you convince your spouse to become a cord cutter.
#1 Don’t rush into it.
As with all things in life rushing into cord cutting is typically a bad idea. You need to make sure you have done your research and set everything up first. The worst thing you can do is try to convince your spouse to be a cord cutter but then don’t have the answers to their questions.
So make sure to do your research, and we suggest checking out our Cord Cutting 101 Guide.
#2 Find out why they don’t want to be a cord cutter.
This may seem like a strange idea but often when I talk to someone they don’t know why their spouse does not want to be a cord cutter.