UPDATE 7/31: Thanks to everyone who entered our Leaf Glide giveaway! All 10 winners have been selected and contacted. We appreciate your enthusiasm and support!
In case you missed it, we recently unveiled a first-of-its-kind indoor HDTV antenna optimized for VHF reception as well as UHF. The antenna’s size isn’t all that makes it unique and overall better suited for capturing TV signals than a standard indoor antenna. Its internal technology allows it to better receive those lower-frequency and sometimes hard-to-reach VHF channels other indoor antennas can’t receive.
It’s called Mohu Leaf Glide. To help introduce it to the world, we’re giving away one Leaf Glide to 10 lucky winners between now and July 31st.
To enter, use the entry form below to visit us on Facebook. While you’re there, you can give us a Like to stay up on the latest Mohu and cord cutting news! You can earn a bonus entry by following us on Twitter. It’s that simple. We’ll randomly select 10 winners once the entry period comes to a close at 9 a.m. ET on Monday, July 31st.
“Our mission is to continue evolving and innovating the cord cutting experience for consumers,” said Mark Buff, founder and CEO of Mohu. “As the number of people who cut the cord on Pay TV continues to rise, we know that access to quality channels matters. Through continuous improvements to our existing antenna models, we built Leaf Glide to do just that – give consumers access to the best live TV choices of any other indoor antenna on the market.”
The folks over at CordCuttersNews.com recently gave it a test run. Check out their review for more details!
“…it is the best flat antenna we have ever tested.” –Cord Cutters News
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