Save over 25% on this flat-panel HDTV antenna with an 80 mile range

Just a few days ago, streaming giant, Netflix, announced their plans to raise U.S. standard plan prices by $1 a month, and premium plans by $2 per month. It's a safe bet that it won't be the last time Netflix will be asking  subscribers for more money. 

Meanwhile, Comcast is threatening to drop channels owned by NBCUniversal from cable lineups nationwide, unless the two sides can hammer out a carriage deal, even though both companies are owned by Comcast.

With both streaming services and cable companies gouging users for more and more, do your wallet a favor by picking up an Antop AT-400B Flat-Panel Antenna.

With this antenna attached to your TV, users can pick up HDTV, 1080p, and even 4K Ultra HD broadcast signals from any local station transmitters up to 80 miles away. For those who aren't really up to speed on antenna technology, this is definitely a big step up from the old-school rabbit ears.

In addition to its exceptional range, the AT-400B also sports some first-of-its-kind technology, like the Smartpass Amplifier. Its proprietary design allows users to get an easier, stronger connection between a non-amplified, passive antenna and your TV by delivering the right balance between short and long-range reception. 

On top of that, this antenna also comes with a built-in 4G filter, which blocks 3G and 4G wireless signals from disrupting your signal so you can enjoy fully noise-free digital TV reception.

This unit's multi-directional reception, UV coating, weather-resistant finish, and creative panel design allow the AT-400B to be installed both outdoors on a wall, roof, or balcony, or inside in an attic, or placed on a tabletop. Either way, at fewer than 2 feet high, this antenna doesn't actually look like an antenna, and can be kept near or around your TV, while still blending into your home decor.

Right now, the Antop AT-400B Flat-Panel Antenna is on sale for $79.99, a savings of over 25% off its regular price. 

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