According to a recent FCC survey (released on October 2016) during the past 20 years (1995-2015) average cable cost per month has increased by 208.9% (from $22.35 per month to $69.03). At the same time, satellite TV, monthly subscription starts from $50 and can reach up to $125 depending on the plan you choose. In other words, a household must pay an average of more than $800 per year to watch cable TV or from $600 up to $1500 to watch satellite TV. On the other hand, you have the option to watch hundreds of TV broadcasts including sports, weather, sitcoms, kids, local news absolutely for FREE and in HD quality by switching to Over-The-Air (OTA) television. Why pay to watch channels such as FOX, NBC, CBS, ABC and many more when you can watch them for free? So why keep paying cable or satellite bills and spend a fortune throughout a decade since you can get a good number of channels for FREE?