Satellite Isn’t What It Used to Be

I remember when we first had satellite TV services back during the late 1990s, if there was even a little rain in the forecast we would lose service and our friends said to buy Directv. I was really upset when this happened, because we would have a good movie on and then it would just go to all fuzzy static on the TV. After about three weeks of this type of service, my husband and I called and we complained enough to get out of our contract voided and we did not have to pay any kind of termination fees, we should have went to buy directTV. I wanted to make sure that we were going to be good with our new cable company that was local and we did not have to sign a contract with them. I really do not like being forced to sign contracts because it makes me feel like it is something that I can not get out of.

I was really happy to see that the new satellite company was not going to make me sign a contract. I thought that there were a lot of people that had gotten satellite recently so I put out a call on my social media, asking friends and family for any type of feedback that we could get on their satellite TV. I posted all of the problems that we had with the first time we had satellite television and a lot of people told me that they never had those type of problems with their current satellite system. I called one of my friends companies, she said that she had great luck with, and I ended up having someone come out to my house to install the satellite. I am saving so much money over the local cable company that we used to have, I am starting a savings account for a vacation next year with the extra money.