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RCAantennas.com Introduces a New HD Indoor Antenna Technology that Would Save Money in 2016

Many Americans who value watching TV for the entertainment it provides got shocked about the latest headlines expressing the plans of three giant cable providers to increase their programming and broadcasting costs because of technology upgrades.

Although the intention of upgrading the viewing experience is good, some Americans who only use the TV to relieve them from stress, have found this news alarming and very unhelpful for their New Year's Day hangover since the cable and satellite TV bills will go up the following month.

The increase in the price for the monthly subscription varies on the service plans and the cable provider. It is expected that it would add a few bucks or more to the cost of their monthly cable and internet bills from the service plans that people avail, most especially those around Charlotte.

According to an industry expert, the increase has been going on each year ever since the cable and internet industry had popped. However, for this year's increase, the move has been viewed to root from the strict competition happening in the industry.

A lot of cable providers are starting to worry about losing their customers to less expensive streaming services as well as to companies that offer outdoor and indoor HD antenna. In addition to this, another competitor is rising in the market and is starting to build a network on key cities, which is the Google Fiber.

Based on the Pew Research Center survey last December, it was found that there are about 15% cord cutters. Some 71% adults don't subscribe because for them it's too expensive while 64% are more contented with the features they receive from the over-air antenna. And these are expected to change since the rise in the cost has the possibility to drive the customers away.

But for some people who can't get enough to watch TV but the price hike in cable and internet hinders them to continue subscribing. A technology that has been known for years is always recommended to the most household because of its competitive price but high-quality image. And that is the outdoor and indoor HD antenna.

Such TV Antennas, particularly the indoor HD antenna that antenna companies offer like RCA Antenna are designed for home and office convenience. All models can pick up UHF and VHF frequencies which give the consumers the buying confidence. 

ANT1100F and ANT1150F are some of the modern sleek designs of indoor HD antenna that is omnidirectional; holds up full 1080i HDTV broadcast specs as it brings crystal clear images, and could bear a 40-mile radius in all nearby broadcast stations. And because of these features, TV antennas have been one of the solutions in wiping cable bills and save thousands of bucks. 

To know more about outdoor and indoor HD antenna, visit http://www.rcaantennas.net

About RCA Antennas


RCA has consistently delivered innovation and quality for consumer electronics products since its beginning in 1919. The story of RCA begins with the emergence of wireless communications made possible by the discovery of radio waves and amplification technology in the early years of the 20th Century.

Contact:
Dimitry Vital
PR and Marketing @ RCA Antennas
Telephone: 800-645-4994
Email Address: voxrightnow@custhelp.com
Website: http://www.rcaantennas.net/


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