However some people assume that having a smart TV, and having access to streaming services such as BBC iPlayer or 4OD means that their system is complete and that they do not need an aerial at all.
While this may work for some, streaming your TV content this way will mean you are limited to services provided through an internet connection.
It may be that you have realised this, and invested in an expensive monthly TV subscription, which as I’m sure you know, increases in cost all the time!
The good news, there is another way.
Why not upgrade to a digital aerial and unlock the power of Freeview?
With Freeview, you can access more than 160 TV and radio channels, completely free. What’s more, you can choose where in the property you want the aerial points, so the family doesn’t have to watch the same thing simultaneously.
If you are currently struggling to access Freeview, that is likely a sign you don’t have an aerial and need to have one aerial installed.
If you already have an aerial in place but are struggling with the picture or reception it may be a repair or upgrade that you need.
Repairs, alterations and upgrades to television aerials must be carried out by a qualified supplier. A qualified aerial company will be able to quickly diagnose any problems with your current aerial and recommend the best and most cost-effective way to improve your reception.
Bought a new HD TV? An outdated aerial may mean that you can’t get the best experience from your new tech.
Newer aerials are often equipped with filters that block outside signals from interfering with the broadcasts, something analogue aerials don’t have.
Talk to Netcom today to find out how we can help you cut costs and maximise your home entertainment!