Orby TV Can Help You Ditch Comcast & DirecTV with Their Biggest Discount Ever

Orby TV is the first low cost, no strings attached prepaid, pay-as-you-go satellite TV service. Right now, the company is offering a discount for installation of the Orby TV system when you sign up.

Beginning today, Monday February 10 – and lasting for 30 days, through March 10 – the full Orby TV system, which includes a satellite dish, high powered digital antenna, and more, with a single receiver will be installed for only $25. That’s $125 off the normal $150 cost for the typical professional installation of the first room. Additional rooms can be added for $50 per room.

Here’s what you get with installation, which can be scheduled directly through the Orby TV website.

  • Delivery and installation of satellite dish and TV antenna
  • Wiring for service in one room (additional rooms for an extra fee per room)
  • Convenient appointment scheduling

This is the first time a discount like this has been offered by the company since launching in Spring 2019.

Customers can purchase the hardware directly from the Orby TV website, or from retailers including Best Buy and Target.

Orby TV packages start at $40/month, which includes all taxes and fees. There are no contracts, credit checks, or promotional prices that result in price hikes after an introductory period. This could be an option for those who want to get away from cable contracts but aren’t ready to switch to streaming, or for those who don’t have access to high speed internet.

Check out the Orby TV website for a full channel list and more information about switching to the no contract satellite service.

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