It has been brought to our attention that for a limited time, customers switching to Dish Network will be eligible to purchase a Logitech Revue for only $179.99 as opposed to its normal price of $299.99! Most people love the idea of saving money, but very rarely do they look into finding less expensive methods of obtaining the services they use everyday! Take Dish Network for example, you get free HD for life, 1080p on demand videos, award-winning HD DVR technology, and their prices start at $24.99 a month! Having compared both Direct TV and DISH Network side-by-side, I can honestly say there isn’t a difference to be seen… except the price. Not to mention the quality of customer service you get. DISH Network was rated #1 among all other providers. How many of you can say that about your current provider? If you are doubting whether or not you can save money, take a look here for their current offers, which includes five packages for under $50. Enough about Dish Network, we’ve all seen the commercials, many of us have seen it first hand, it’s the same television programming you watch now, it just costs less. Let’s get to the real deal here.
The Logitech Revue. One of few initial units produced for Google’s newest product, Google TV. Google TV allows you to surf the web, use apps and watch movies from one place: your couch. It enhances your regular television experience by allowing you to search through every channel, whatever you happen to have recorded on your DVR, and DISH Cinema, all without having to switch to a different device. I never thought I would say this, but the ability to surf the web while watching tv, all on the same screen, became incredibly handy once I got used to the idea of multi-tasking in my living room. Not only can you get the Revue at a great price, but you can lower your monthly bill while doing it. And since the Revue is incredibly easy to set up, and works flawlessly with DISH receivers, there really is nothing to lose!
We also thought we should mention the fact that DISH Network is also the first provider to offer the ability to watch live TV via an Android tablet. You can find more details about that here.
So what do you, the readers think if these offers? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below!
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