Do you want satellite or TV installed at your home? If so then you should consider Aerial Installation & Repair in Kent. This type of installation provides several types of benefits including the following ones:
- Unique Channels
Cable and satellite TV provides hundreds of channels, so wouldn’t all local free TV channels be included? You might be surprised. Many broadcast stations offer 1+ “sub-channels.” These channels aren’t available through cable/satellite services. So, if you don’t have a TV antenna you simply can’t get the channel(s).
The sub-channels offered to differ. Sometimes they include public TV, weather stations, and retro channels. If you’re looking for a niche this is definitely an issue to consider.
- Uncompressed HD Signal
It’s no secret that cable/satellite services compress their signals while broadcast networks don’t. There’s some debate about whether high definition (HD) or uncompressed signals are better. However, if you want “true” HD then you should consider broadcast TV.
- Lower Cost
Many people automatically pick other options like cable or satellite TV, but if you want to save money you should consider aerial TV instead. In fact, this option can help you to save a small fortune. How does that sound?
The big difference is that you won’t pay a monthly fee to get TV channels. It might not seem like a lot of money but consider that you save the fee each month so the savings will be exponentially higher. If you’re on a shoestring budget or just want to lower your household income then this is definitely a great option to consider.
- No Monopolies
If you want to avoid annoying cable/satellite monopolies then you should consider antenna TV instead. For example, in many regions of the world, there’s only one cable/satellite TV provider. In that case, you have a grand total of one option.
The big drawback is that a monopoly results in fewer options for consumers. It can also affect the quality of service you get. In fact, in many cases, the customer service is terrible because the cable/satellite company realizes you only have one company to choose from.
- No Confusing Packages
It’s quite common for cable/satellite companies to offer various price packages, which can be confusing. In others, it can be unclear what the bottom line is. For example, if you sign up for a 2-year deal the first year might indeed be free. However, the second year might include all sorts of rental charges, hidden fees, and local taxes. In that case, the total cost of signing up for cable/satellite can be much higher than you think it is at first.
- Out-of-Market Channels
This happens when you live between 2+ TV markets and can get signals from all of them. In this case, you can access free stations within that market. What’s the big deal? In this situation, you can access news/sports channels as well as extra sub-channels. Keep in mind you can still get more channels through cable/satellite TV. The main difference, in this case, is you can get more niche channels.