Colin of Jim’s Antennas Willeton in Perth is not afraid to travel, especially when it involves a trip to the famous wine region of Margaret River, located in the South West of Western Australia.
Colin attended The Leeuwin Apartments, a 4 ½ star oasis, after a request to upgrade the Foxtel package to High Definition so that guests can benefit from the enhanced picture quality and functionality provided by HD digital TV. Jim’s Antennas are the experts in digital TV reception, whether that be free to air or pay TV such as Foxtel, and specialize is residential, commercial and industrial work. Colin completed the job, with the resort owners very pleased with the end result.
For all your digital reception needs contact the professionals at Jim’s Antennas on 131546 or visit our website at jimsantennas.com.au. Our franchisees are police checked, fully insured and highly trained and will provide no obligation free quotes.
Michael and Margaret Stone from Jim’s Antennas Ingle Farm have been league bowling with the Zodiacs at Bowland Ingle Farm since last year after being introduced to it by another franchisee. As the league needed a sponsor for 2014 Michael and Margaret decided to put themselves forward to supply the bowling shirts and they are […]
Jim’s Antennas South Australia have technicians throughout Adelaide who know how to increase your network coverage. Dan from Jim’s Antennas Aldinga Beach was recently contacted by a customer in need of a networking solution. She owns and runs a boarding kennel on her property near Aldinga Beach. Recently she has built a new office alongside […]
VAST Satellite TV. Customers in Adelaide who are struggling to get full digital reception through their TV Antenna can now access the full range of digital TV channels through VAST – Viewer Access Satellite TV. Shaun from Jim’s Antennas Williamstown has helped out customers in the Barossa Valley and had a beautiful view to boot! […]
So you’ve gone out an purchased a brand new 4K ultra HD TV brought it home and you are now wondering why it isn’t looking like it was in the shop. One word “MER”, or in technical terms Modulated Error Rate. Well lets have a little chat about MER, and hopefully give you a bit […]