DTV Green Dish's Dishtenna® is not a TV Antenna, but yet a dramatic improvement on this old technology. As a hybrid of a satellite dish and a TV Antenna, it revolutionizes the way people receive local, national, and independent HD television.
How revolutionary? What if our TV Antenna improvement let you watch free digital TV
without an expensive cable or satellite plan?
Unlike TV Antennas, the Dishtenna® is small and sleek -- barely noticeable with its 18" diameter. Even better, it doesn't have any ugly rods like old TV Antennas that have to be installed on 30-foot poles.
In fact, DTV Green Dish's Dishtenna® can be installed just about anywhere for maximum flexibility: inside your home (on an interior wall or in the attic) or outside (on the roof or a balcony). Try doing that with an old-school TV Antenna!
You also won't have to worry about the annoying repositioning that is so common with TV Antennas because the state-of-the-art signal meters our professionals use when setting up the Dishtenna® will ensure it's in the optimal position to get the highest number of channels and clearest, crispest picture quality.
Another way that the Dishtenna® beats an outdated TV Antenna is that it's made from recyclable materials. With our dish-TV Antenna hybrid, you'll be able to enjoy your favorite programming while also taking pride in the fact that you're doing your part to help the environment.
But the best part, of course, is that the programming choices far exceed that of an TV Antenna. You'll have the ability to watch free digital TV from local and independent networks within 80 miles of where you live, including HD broadcasts from all major networks like CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX, and The CW, as well as Univision, Ion, and many more. Depending on your area, your Dishtenna® might receive as many as 80 different channels – completely free of charge! No TV Antenna can beat that.
And no TV Antenna can match the cost for what Dishtenna® provides you. The only thing you will ever pay is a one-time hardware and installation fee of $299. Who needs a regular TV Antenna?