[Deal] Become a cable cutter with the 1byone Digital HDTV Antenna

1byone Digital HDTV Antenna

It’s been a pretty good week for deals here at AndroidGuys. Since it’s Friday, we are bringing everyone one more deal to wrap out the week. Today’s deal is for those cable cutters out there. If you’ve cut the cable, but still want to get your free digital TV, we have a great deal for the 1byone Digital Indoor HDTV Antenna.

This antenna plugs into the coax cable in the back of your TV, and then you simply place the antenna wherever you want. Well, wherever you get the best signal. It’s not as bad as the rabbit ear days where you had to put tin foil on them to get better reception. Nor do you have to worry about holding it mid-air just to get the quality you want.

  • Place the antenna anywhere (high on the wall, flat on a table, etc.) w/ no power required
  • Connect from up to 25 miles away from the closest tower
  • Easily & quickly set up in three steps: unwrap, plug in, and scan channels
  • Watch crystal clear digital & HD shows
  • Never pay for TV again & avoid contracts
  • Use even if your TV is far from a window thanks to the ultra-long included cable
  • Receive free broadcast HDTV signals (such as ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS & Fox)

The 1byone Antenna allows you to connect you to any broadcast tower within a 25 mile radius, so you can get all your local channels. This would be the perfect addition for the cable cutter who wants to be able to watch their local football teams, just in time for the kickoff of the NFL season.

If you’re interested in picking up the 1byone Digital HDTV Antenna, you can grab one today for only $12.99. Normally priced at $36, you’ll be saving over 60% by grabbing the 1byone HDTV Indoor Antenna. So be sure to head over to our Deals Page and grab this awesome deal today!

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