FreeTVSignal.com Sales Hit 30,000; Digital Converter Boxes Remain Entirely Free of Charge

FreeTVsignal.com is pleased to announce the sale of the company's 30,000th Digital TV Converter Box. These $40 Digital TV Converter Boxes are completely free; there are no shipping costs or taxes.

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We are doing this for several important reasons

Lake Worth, FL (PRWEB) February 17, 2009

FreeTVsignal.com, an electronic distributor based in South Florida, is pleased to announce the sale of the company's 30,000th Digital TV Converter Box. These $40 Digital TV Converter Boxes are available to the general public in exchange for the DTV coupon(s), which are sponsored by the U.S. government at no charge. FreeTVsignal.com's $40 NTIA certified converter boxes are completely free; there are no shipping costs or taxes. To celebrate this milestone, FreeTVsignal.com now has the ability to include antennas to non-profit organizations and government entities who order 20 or more of these free Digital TV Converter Boxes.

"We are doing this for several important reasons," commented Mark Bymaster, cofounder of FreeTVsignal.com. "We would like to promote technology in the digital age and ensure that the digital transition can take place smoothly for everyone. In addition, we believe that everyone has the right to receive over-the-air television. TV is the main source that people use to stay informed, and we think everyone is entitled to public television despite socioeconomic status," he stated. "Given the condition of the economy, our free products will help racial minorities as well as those who are unable to afford converter boxes and cable television."

FreeTVsignal.com strongly commends all of the organizations around the country that are working hard to educate and connect the most vulnerable population - the elderly, disabled, home bound, and those who live in rural areas.

"We particularly would like to commend the Rev. Anthony Evans and the National Black Church Initiative," said Bymaster. "They have been a part of the DTV awareness campaign for the past year and have distributed 3.5 million application coupons, particularly focusing on the elderly, disabled and those in need. They have conducted over 25,000 educational sessions on DTV. This is the type of group we plan to work with so we can deliver our products to those who desperately need them."

To order a new converter box with TV Converter Box Coupons, please go to http://www.freeTVsignal.com or call 561-432-6650.

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