CBS Stories April 26

expiredEnjoy one month of CBS All Access for FREE for new or some returning subscribers (Up to $10 value)

CBS is offering one month of its All Access streaming service for FREE when you use the code FREEZONE at checkout. Normally, you’d only get one week of a free trial and each month following would cost you $6 or $10, depending which subscription package you chose. CBS All Access offers the company’s best TV shows on-demand and ready to watch whenever you are. Some returning subscribers have said that they were able to reactivate older accounts and redeem this promo, but you might need to start a new account to get your free month of service.

CBS Stories December 28, 2015

CBS All Access: Free two-month trial for Chromecast owners ($12 value)

Attention Chromecast users: The newest offer from Google is a free two-month trial of CBS All Access. With it you get all the current episodes (next day) of your favorite CBS shows On Demand. This offer is sweetened by the fact that the usual trial offer is only 1-week and the going rate is $6 per month.

Note: You will have to provide a credit card to get your free two-month trial, so be sure to cancel before the trial is up or you will be charged $6 for each additional month.

If you don’t have a Chromecast yet, we spotted the original one for only $20 at Staples.

CBS Stories April 8, 2015

Microsoft announces over-the-air antenna compatibility for Xbox One

We’ve already covered how Sling TV has made Xbox One the premiere entertainment solution for your living room. But there was one specific piece that has been missing from Microsoft’s next-gen gaming console. While the Xbox One had support for cable and satellite integration since day one, today Microsoft has announced that over-the-air channels will soon be supported as well.

The initial availability will be limited to members of the Xbox One Preview program with additional hardware requirements needed to complete the deal. Microsoft has partnered with Hauppauge, makers of OTA accessories, to utilize its USB dongle for connecting antennas to the console. Microsoft is recommending the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-955Q for now, with a made-for-Xbox model coming in the near future.

Once over-the-air capabilities are available for all Xbox One users, this will be a huge boost for cord cutters. Users will be able to utilize the OneGuide on-screen system for browsing TV listings, something that has previously been rather difficult with OTA antennas.

Interested in cutting the cord? Check out this handy guide.

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