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Meritline Offers Free AirLink Converter Box, HDMI Cable
Punch in your government-issued digital TV converter box coupon to get a $40-value AirLink ATVC102 converter box and free HDMI cable from Meritline.
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AirLink’s ATVC102, offered on Meritline
April 24, 2009 by Arlen Schweiger

Since we know there are plenty of you out there who haven’t redeemed your coupons yet for a digital-to-analog converter box in anticipation of the digital TV transition, you might like the convenience of Meritline’s current offer.

Meritline has the AirLink ATVC102 price dropped to $40 to conveniently match the amount your government coupon is worth toward a digital converter box (don’t let it expire).

This way, they’re able to offer the AirLink free of charge, provided you drop in the 16-digit code and Meritline’s coupon code “digital40off” to go with your order. If you have two coupons, you can double the deal and get two converter boxes.

Meritline’s throwing in free ground shipping, and also a free HDMI cable with your order.

So put those government coupons to good use before the June 12 analog switchoff date (unless you’re already in one of the many communities whose broadcasters have already done away with analog). Besides, you can always donate it if it goes unused.

Via: CNET

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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