Netflix is taking over Australia, with current stats showing that it has already beaten Foxtel for market share. And why not? Starting at only $8.99 per month with no contracts and thousands of TV shows and movies, it’s a low-cost option to keep every member of the family entertained.
However its one downfall is that as a streaming service it needs to always be connected to the internet. But if you don’t want the whole family crowded around your laptop, how can you get Netflix to show on your TV?
Jim’s Antennas fields dozens of calls every day asking this same question – and we’ve found the best solution is using Apple TV. This way you can use a computer, laptop or even your mobile phone to control what is shown on your TV screen. You can use this to stream Netflix, Stan, Pronto or any other web-based program onto your TV – or even show the family your favourite YouTube clips!
If you are in the market for a new TV, it’s a good idea to seriously consider buying a Smart TV. These are already set up to connect to the internet directly. And with the popularity of streaming and web-based services, these TVs will soon become standard in many homes.
Jim’s Antennas are ready to get you up & running with Netflix – we can supply the Apple TV device and connect it to your TV, and spend some time to show you exactly how to use it. Why not get your TV wall mounted at the same time? This way your lounge room, bedroom, office or any other room with a TV will stay looking neat & clutter-free with concealed cabling and a stylish finish.
Just give us a call on 131 546 to arrange a no obligation free quote in your home.
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