TV without Cable
Over 90% of households can get free over-the-air TV
. Can you?
Why should you
Cut the Cord?
Cutting the Cord has benefits that go way beyond saving money
Recent studies have shown that over
90% of the US population is within range
to stream free over-the-air HD television.
The average US household's
cable bill is $123
. This means you can
save over $1,400 a year
by simply dropping Cable TV.
BETTER HD QUALITY
Cable companies are allowed to
downgrade their service by 30%
to save on transmission costs. OTA doesn't have this problem.
The Cost Savings are
With a quality TV antenna and a few streaming packages, you will save at least
$4,700 over 4 years!
Cable TV companies usually reel you in with a great promotional discount... then drastically raise it for year 2.
Cable TV companies typically raise their prices on average by
6% per year.
Most households will only ever need to purchase a quality TV antenna and a streaming media player like
Roku (about $150 total).
There is no crappy Cable TV company customer service people to deal with :)
How do you
Cut the Cord?
Many don't even try because they fear it is too hard.
#1 Buy an Antenna
Make sure you get the
right one for your home and needs. It may take a few tries to find the best position, but eventually you'll get it right. We have a ton of help for you there.
#2 Decide on Streaming
This is optional, but if you're going to miss a few Cable-only channels, sports or movies, then a
streaming service will be needed. This is the only reason you'll need to continue to have internet.
#3 Cut the Cord
Pick up the phone let Big Cable know that you've found an alternative to Cable TV. I've never met someone who regretted going through with cancelling their Cable TV bill.
Need more? You can read our in-depth article (updated for 2019!) on how to cut the cord.
TV Antenna Comparison Guide
reviewed them all then went out and built the best TV antenna.
Indoor Channels within a 30 mile radius
View the NoCable 30
These indoor antennas are smaller, cheaper and typically not amplified. They however do not work very well when channels are being broadcast further than 30+ miles away from your home.
Our NoCable 30 is ranked #1 at TheAntennaReview.com
Indoor Amp'd Channels within a 20-50 mile radius
View the NoCable 50
These indoor antennas very similar to the 30 mile ones, but are usually amplified (boosted) with power. They work best when trying to capture channels that are being broadcast within 50 miles of your home.
Our NoCable 50 is ranked #1 at TheAntennaReview.com
Outdoor Amp'd Channels within a 65+ mile radius
View the NoCable 70
These outdoor antennas have better range (30-70+ miles) and are typically mounted on a roof or inside an attic. These powerful antennas work best if when you need one antenna to power your whole home.
Our NoCable 70 is ranked #2 at TheAntennaReview.com In the
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