Australia is switching over to digital TV. In order to continue enjoying freeview channels, certain households in suburban metropolitan areas, remote and regional Australia will have to shift to the Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST) technology. This direct-to-home, digital satellite TV service allows viewers to enjoy the same channels their metropolitan counterparts receive.
The government is also doing its bit to assist eligible viewers make the transition to digital television by providing financial and technical assistance. The Satellite Subsidy Scheme (SSS) is one such endeavour. Go to the Federal Government website and check whether the scheme covers your area.
Are you eligible for the subsidy?
How can you apply?
Congratulations goes out to Jim’s Antennas South Australia for their continued support of the Little Heroes Foundation, which raises funds for essential equipment and services accessed by thousands of seriously ill children and their families. A donation of $5 goes to the Little Heroes Foundation following the installation of any Hills Black Arrow digital antenna […]
Every year South East Queensland experiences summer storms that bring with them extensive property damage. From Ipswich to the Bay and all across the south Brisbane and North Brisbane suburbs Jim’s Antennas are busy every year replacing and repairing storm damaged antennas. Preventative maintenance can reduce this problem though. As shown in this picture the […]
Setting up a new Home Theatre is always a thrill for both the customer and the installer. Jim’s Antennas are passionate about Home Theatre and great TV reception and viewing. This home theatre customer knew they wanted a home theatre that delivered “the WOW factor” but was unsure of what to get. Jim’s Antennas can […]
Local Perth installers installing great product in a great City. Some days are just awesome for Antenna installation. Check out this view of the Perth City skyline taken by one our local perth installers for Jim’s Antennas. Jim’s Antennas Perth 131 546. No more words required!