Jim’s Antennas Byford recently attended a local property in Byford. Their 4G internet reception for the Optus modem in their tin shed was sketchy at best. Chris from Jim’s Antennas was able to fit and install an omnidirectional MIMO 4G antenna.
This fixed his dropout rates overnight by extending the range and boosting the signal to the shed. Here at Jim’s Antennas we don’t just install antennas, we troubleshoot a variety of AV problems our customers can’t fix themselves. When things get out of hand and not working the way you’d expect, it’s best to call on the fully trained local team of experts at Jim’s Antennas.
For a free quote on how we can help phone 131 546.
“This story first appeared in: Daily Mercury – http://www.dailymercury.com.au/news/tv-complaints-on-roll/2142271/” on 17th January, 2014 DODGY television reception is causing issues across the region and Mackay residents have had enough. Encouraged by Clairview homeowners who recently shared their grievances about their faulty reception, Mackay residents have spoken out. A Daily Mercury Facebook post asking about the worst […]
Jim’s Antennas Scarborough recently attended a roof top in Sorrento to fit and install a brand new Hills Black Arrow antenna. This antenna is custom designed for inner city/fringe living for precise digital frequency bands and crystal clear HD performance. These antennas come with a 4G filter to prevent interference from any local mobile phone […]
Great TV reception is one of those things in life that doesn’t seem all that important….until it stops working. When it stops working customers expect Jim’s Antennas to turn up promptly, fix the digital TV reception issues and have the TV working as good or better than it was before. This has been best exemplified […]
Are big buildings causing problems with your TV reception ? Then call Lee from Jim’s Antennas South Melbourne for help to stop the pixilating pictures on your TV. Building works next to this building on the Waterfront Docklands at the James Hotel was causing significant problems to the TVs. Out with the old and in with the […]