Whenever a contract is up for renewal between a cable or satellite provider and its broadcasters, you can pretty much count on an increase in your bill. Watch TV for free on your terms and don’t let money hungry corporations control your TV viewing experience. Not only does free broadcast TV still exist, it’s available in full HD without the need for an ugly pair of rabbit ears.
By using an indoor HDTV antenna, you can watch broadcast TV over-the-air, which by the way, produces a better quality picture than cable or satellite providers can offer. There are many ways to cut the cord with your cable or satellite provider so that you can watch TV for free.
Contrary to popular belief, you do not need a computer science degree or a collection of nerdy gadgets to successfully cut the cord and watch tv for free. Join the 54 million Americans who are now watching FREE TV in full HD.
For access to major network programs, you will need:
• Digital TV (for older TVs, just add a converter box)
• Mohu HDTV Antenna
For access to movies and more TV shows, you will need:
• Internet Access
• Set-top Box
Why pay for hundreds of channels that you never watch?
For less than the average monthly cable bill, you can purchase a Mohu HDTV antenna and watch TV for free! For about the same price, you could also purchase a set-top box and stream content from the internet straight to your TV.
For less than the average movie ticket, you can purchase a monthly subscription to Netflix or Hulu Plus and watch endless Hollywood movies and TV shows at your leisure.
Start the New Year off with a little more money in your pocket and a lot more control over how you and your family watch TV!
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A new report found that there are over 100 available over-the-air stations you can watch for free with an antenna.