Mohu antenna the gift of free TV


Unleash the power of The Sky® 60 Long Range Antenna today and say goodbye to the monthly
cable bill. The holiday season is a great time to rethink your current bills. Look forward to a less costly 2016 with the help of easy to install Mohu antenna. Because the Elves at Wrapped Up N U live so far out in the country we were sent The Sky® 60 Long Range Antenna. We are so very pleased wth it and think you could be too.

Mohu antenna, which offers unlimited access to free, over-the-air (OTA) broadcast TV (including ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, etc) for a budget friendly, one-time fee.

This means you can watch your favorite holiday movies and shows in HD without a costly cable or satellite subscription that runs for about $99.10 per month. On average, Americans are spending more than $231 per year just on cable box rental fees alone. For that price, you could buy yourself and 10 family members free TV for a lifetime this Holiday!

Mohu offers different HDTV antennas depending on the user’s needs and location:
  • The most popular is the Mohu Leaf ($39.99 - $69.99) - a 30 or 50 mile radius, paper-thin, economical design that can be hung and painted to match your room d├ęcor.
  • The Mohu Curve ($49.99 - $79.99) has a chic, arched design and the ability to access broad casts up to 30 - 50 miles away. It’s perfect to put on display yet powerful enough to give you the shows you want in 1080 HDTV.
  • Mohu Leaf Metro ($19.95) has a 25 mile radius with a thin, durable HD antenna that's easy on the wallet and perfect for a city resident. Like the Mohu Leaf, the reversible black and white design can also be painted to match any room in the house or apartment.

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