September is National Cord-Cutting Month

September is “National Cord-Cutting Month” because we’ve named it that. Celebrate this new holiday by cutting the cord!

Yes, we like making up holidays around here. But this isn’t just for us. National Cord-Cutting Month can be a HUGE help to you, too. This goes for people who’ve already cut the cord as well as those who are just thinking about doing it. Look, we know you’re tired of paying those costly cable bills every month. Cord-cutting is the perfect way to say goodbye to those costs forever. But first, you must be willing to…

…Take Cord-Cutting to the Xtreme!

In the spirit of Cord-Cutting Month, let us tell you about our Xtreme Signal TV antenna line. And by “our” I mean it’s literally ours, as in our in-house line of antennas. (As if the name didn’t give it away!) This product line was created when our founder, Jerry Chapman, saw a need for TV antennas for people in rural areas. If this is you, then you know how hard it can be to access those faraway TV transmitters. Xtreme Signal grabs them and delivers free local TV to everyone in your home.

Here’s a closer look at our three most popular antenna models:

The Xtreme Signal 8-Bay Bowtie Antenna

This powerful antenna gets VHF and UHF up to 65 miles away. That said, it’s also small compared to other long-range antennas. And here’s something really cool about this antenna: you can aim it at two TV markets at once. (This comes in handy for cord-cutters on the East Coast because many of them live between TV markets.) If you want power and versatility, the Xtreme Signal HDB8X is for you!

Xtreme Signal Long-Range Yagi

And then there’s the Xtreme Signal 8200xl. It’s a favorite among cord-cutters who aren’t messing around. With a 70-mile range HD VHF, UHF, and FM reception, this thing is a beast! We sell a lot of these to folks in rural areas filled with hills, trees, and valleys. Where these obstructions might hamper the average antenna, the Xtreme Signal 8200xl steps up to save the day!

Xtreme Signal 2-bay Bowtie Antenna

It’s a UHF antenna with a 35-mile range. It’s also very easy to install. Just slap this baby on a J-mount for a low-profile solution to your cord-cutting. You can even use it as an indoor antenna if you’re pressed for space. Many people who buy this get it to replace an older, under-performing antenna. You can, too, with the Xtreme Signal HDB2X!

Still Not Ready to Cut the Cord?

Let me guess. You’re concerned about the price, right? If that’s the case, I won’t judge. My wife and I are watching every penny, too. But that’s one reason why you SHOULD pick up an Xtreme Signal antenna. It’s literally a one-time purchase, and our pricing on this product line is very competitive. After you buy it and set it up, you’ll get years and years of free local TV. In other words, no more monthly cable bill… which has a monthly cost that’s about the same are your one-time antenna purchase!

Don’t Miss Your Chance!

When you think about it, September is the perfect time for cutting the cord. In most parts of the country, it’s not blisteringly hot. (Not like July and August, anyway!) It’s also not a particularly cold month in most regions of the U.S. What’s with all this talk about the weather? Simple. September is the perfect time to mount your new Xtreme Signal TV antenna atop the roof. So, what are you waiting for?

“I’m Not Sure Which Antenna is Best for Me”

A-ha! I had a feeling you’d say that, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Solid Signal can help you here, too. You see, we offer free antenna recommendations based on where you live in your TV market. You simply visit our antenna recommendation page and fill out the information. Someone will be in touch with your antenna recommendation, installation advice, and more.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.