we have a bundled TV cable/high speed internet/phone deal with comcast. A year ago, I was really mad at them when they cut two of my favorite channels. But Mrs. and I both need high speed internet and the xfinity go anywhere and piggy back off xfinity wifi is great. We have yet to use the phone, or get a call although the phone has been installed for three months.
We still have one tv on an antenna in the kitchen, for during power outages or when the cable is down. we get 11 digital channels just with the TV key. It is also a Samsung smart TV, so when the internet is up, I can use the TV to surf the net, stream videos e. I can even use my samsung phone as a remote. I have a wireless keyboard with an incorporated mouse pad to use with the TV. I watch some instructional youtube videos and being able to bring them up on the TV makes them easier to watch. When the history channel was playing a special series, I could watch that show free on demand over their net site on my kitchen tv through the wifi. My local public TV station does not show the Woodwright shop and I can stream recent shows from the net to my TV as if watching it over the airwaves, but with the ability to back up and watch it again. A few cable channels offer their shows the same way over the net without being a cable customer.
A note of caution, not all TV's offerred for sale now have digital tuners to work with antennas. Also, not all "smart" tvs have the chip capacity to surf the internet. Some are limited to services like netflix and hulu.
Laslty, the computer geek up the road uses a wireless keyboard hooked to a giant water cooled, neon tube, computer tower that uses his 75 inch TV as a monitor. He can play a game, watch tv and surf the net simultaneously from his recliner