Intellian offers year-end rebates

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Intellian announced its limited-time year-end rebate promotion, which runs through Dec. 31.

During that time, customers who purchase an Intellian i2 or i3 satellite TV antenna can receive $100, and those who purchase the i4, i6, or an Intellian Fleet Broadband FB150 or FB250 communication system are eligible to receive a $200 cash rebate.

"Our satellite TV and communication antenna systems offer the highest-quality performance and reliability at sea," said Sean Hatherley, vice president of sales, North America, in a statement. "Our year-end rebate promotion offers customers fantastic savings and makes it possible for a greater number of boaters to experience Intellian's industry-leading solutions."

The promotion is available to all customers who purchase an Intellian i2, i3, i4, i6, FB150 and FB250 within the promotional period.

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