Description: This article is mainly about direct tv login. Cable TV is getting more and more expensive. You can check out these alternatives to free up more money in your wallet each month. This cord cutting guide can help you get free TV online and stream cable TV using Direct TV now.
I’m helping you cut the cord with an insane price on an HDTV antenna and a new way to stream and even get a free fire TV stick, I’m here free every day to save you more cash than anyone else in the country, all the deals that I hunt down are always located here.
We’re going to give you a full unboxing of a new amplified antenna at a price you will not believe that I hunted down, I’ve also finished testing a servicing that wasn’t prepared to get you live TV on demand for a fraction of what you may be paying to a cable or satellite provider.
For most of the people watching on your cable or satellite, bill on average is north of that $100 mark, today there is a way to get many channels, I’m talking about more than 100 TV channels for free with no commitments and no contracts.
Prepay a month and get a free fire TV stick, I’m going to give you all that information in a moment in a full in-depth demo, but first since I find this for under $15, let me show it to you, before the unboxing, packaging couldn’t get any more simplistic, but this is not made by Apple or Bose.
You get an adapter which is very nicely made, a lot of these amplified antennas require you to have a USB port in the back of your television, you use that as a power source, this one is giving that to you which is fantastic, then you have all of the attachments you would need to make this work, set this up and even mount it as your indoor antenna.
The antenna is paper-thin and very similar to the Mogu leaf, it comes with a warranty card that you can easily register, this also comes with adhesives, I have plenty of walls where I will check TV reception all the time and compare it.
Our amazing intern Cody has success using this, what I like about this setup is a breeze, the cord length is remarkable, I go four miles of this thing, if you do not have a USB in the back of your TV, it also comes with a adapter.
Plug it into the back and plug it into the wallet, this is a coax cable, I’m going to plug it into the back of the TV, this is plugged in, let’s test it out, we don’t have the video rights to show you footage from a lot of these channels, but I will tell you the picture quality is hit or miss, some are great, some are average, some are not viewable.
We got at least 15 channels at the back of a building, while both Cody and I succeeded in our test, another member of our staff has no luck, it depends on how far away you are from the point of reception, if you expand the description box, you’re going to see a resource to help you identify how many channels you could conceivably receive if you use an antenna like this.
As the reviews are for this product, our experience is also varied, my opinion is that for around 15 dollars it may be worth a shot, as we move on to DirectTV now, I am one of the early customers that have an opportunity to test this in beta weight a stream and enjoy live TV.
But I will tell you that it stuttered, there were crashes, it was not a successful start, now it has been improved to the point where I can at least recommend it as a cable cutting alternative, although this is not as expensive as using Prime, Netflix, Hulu Plus and many of those other cord cutting mechanisms, this is an awesome selection.
You get more than a hundred channels with prices that range anywhere from 35 to 70 depending on what package you choose, this dramatically undercuts other TV bundles, a 130 TV channel package for 70 bucks is an amazing grass for cord cutters.
You can add HBO and Cinemax, there are all promos running, this is great because you can stream on Apple TV, Amazon, fire TV set, Google chromecast, I’ve had an iPhone, Android, you can even watch from your computer, the service is limited to two simultaneous streams per account which is great.
If you have a decent streaming internet connection as we’re showing you, you can do well, there’s also a catch-up 72 hours pseudo VOD feature if you want to watch your TV in real time, another nice thing about this is that you have access to local broadcasting that’s being rolled out more heavily in different television markets depending on where you are.
This is an option for you, in the event that you do not receive local broadcasting, the service is now offering day after air primetime shows on demand, so should you get it? It depends on how many TV channels you want access to.
If you’re someone that’s bound by some type of contract that you’ve escaped, this could be a great option for you, I also like sling TV which I’ve reviewed in the past, in fact if you want to see an earlier review of sling TV, you could click over here and that will hook you up with that video.
We all need to add up what our needs happen to be with regards to streaming, because by the time you add Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus and maybe the lowest tier of a subscription like this, you’re already north of what you would be paying your cable or satellite provider.
If you’re able to streamline what it is that you want for your streaming, figure out which company fulfills your needs, that’s when the cord cutting options are the best, once you figure out what you need, I’m here to help you, if you think that you need an antenna, your results may vary but you’re welcome to check that out.
That’s located here, for two lucky subscribers I am now giving these away, we pick a winner tool to find a subscriber who’s commented in the last six months, congratulations to Alan, he bought those premium HDMI cables that I featured.
The other one is Robert, you two both get one free antennas, email us and match daily deals.com to claim your freebie, if you want to show people how they can be eligible for new giveaways huge deals or more, share this to them.
If you want to be subscribed through mass awesome deals, click on his oversized head which is big nose there, thank you for reading.