The switch to digital television has created quite a bit of hype, but it's also created a lot of dissatisfied customers. Why shell out the money for a digital converter box if you still have to mess around with poor reception and bunny-ear antennas? The reason you bought that converter box in the first place was to get premium television; why are you settling for less?
Satellite TV: Premium Movie Channels, Premium Service
Trying to get the most out of their new converter boxes, people all over the country are buying complex, bulky, expensive antennas to complement the new gadget. After all of that work, all of that antenna tweaking and yelling, "How about now?" to family members, you still aren't getting all of the standard channels available with any satellite TV plan. Don't even think about trying to get premium movie channels.
Satellite television signals are sent directly to your dish--which looks down-right svelte next to ungainly TV antennas. They aren't bypassed through sub-stations; they aren't interrupted by every tree, power line, and broadcast tower around. Not only can you get more channels, but your reception with a satellite TV set up is second to none.
Avoid the Mess with Satellite Television
While your neighbors stand in awkward positions holding antennas, you could be relaxing in front of your new tailor-made satellite set up. The transition to digital television is getting increasingly messy, with deadlines being pushed back and local channels struggling to keep everyone happy. Satellite television lets you avoid all of this hassle--not to mention dancing around the house holding large pieces of metal.
The bottom line here is that satellite TV is the best choice. It's affordable; it's everywhere; and it's easy to get set up. Whether you're looking to get just a basic package or you want every premium movie channel available, satellite television is the way to go. Go satellite, and relax with the confidence that you can get any channel, any time. Satellite TV is the way it was meant to be.
About the Author:
Karl Fendelander is a freelance writer and editor living in Reno, NV. He holds a degree in writing, which complements an eclectic work and education history. A lover of the outdoors, Karl can often be found hiking and climbing around the West.