Can you imagine a world where you don’t have to pay for that over-priced cable bill every month?
What about paying for an expensive cable bill that increases in price year-after-year?
If you have been paying for cable this century you have been getting ripped off by greedy cable companies.
The average cost of cable is $147.13, that’s up 7% from last year and 100% up from 2010.
In fact, a new market analysis has confirmed that it will continue to rise — Above $200 per month by year 2020. However, the average salary and fixed income for seniors remains the same.
$200 per month works out to about $2,400 per year — Not including taxes…
What if I told you that there was a LEGAL technology that can get you hundreds of channels?
There is a solution that has been used in Japan over the last decade that everyone should know about.
Keep reading to find out how to get hundreds of free HD Channels.
Let Me Tell You About A Little Known Secret Trick Called “Home Amping”
This trick was introduced to me by my neighbour who is a renowned engineer from Japan. He’s always travelling and uses this trick to get free HD Channels wherever he goes.
One day while we were collecting our mail, I complained to him about my cable bill. That’s when he laughed at me and told me about his Home Amping trick.
He said “I haven’t paid a cable bill in over 10 years.”
I replied “How are you watching TV!? Are you using one of those digital antennas?”
“First of all,” he said, “There is no such thing as a ‘digital’ antenna. An antenna is an antenna. It will pick up any signal that is broadcast.”
Then he explained that according to law, every TV station has to broadcast the same signal out over the air - 100% FOR FREE!
He said that cable companies have been “scrambling” their channels to force the general public, like you, to pay for their expensive monthly service. They made you believe that there are no other options. However, that changed in early 2019 when the U.S. Government passed a new bill stating that TV Signals are now legally public property and “belong to the people”. — Do you agree?