Depends a bit on the price. Also depends on the quality of internet an individual can come up with. As great as the numbers sound on the download speeds as advertised, they don't always meet the expectation. Price is the other factor. If Comcast were to loose my Cable TV montly dollars because I am now getting my 'TV' via my Comcast Internet access....they might do something about that. Much like utility companies that raise rates to maintain revenue after conducting a successful energy efficiency campaign.
The cost of those other internet services isn't always free, if you want what you want. The good stuff tends to come with a montly subscription...heck, the bad stuff even comes with a monthly subscription (Netflix). A la carte programming sounds good, but it has the potential of costing more than a package, just like a la carte meals do.
Best thing that has happened to TV at my house is the XFinity app on iOS and Android. I can now establish in less than a minute that there is nothing worth watching on the 100+ channels I pay for. Crap, Crap, Rerun, Crap, Rerun, Reality Show (lower than crap), Crap, Crap, Rerun...OK I can do something else.
Sometimes you are the anteater, sometimes you are the ant.