Getting satellite TV for free sounds good but not everyone knows how to get satellite TV for free. Although some owners of satellites are still looking for this kind of programming, most satellite television customers are starting to obtain programming via DBS (direct broadcast satellite) providers, while other hope they can also get free satellite TV dish software, but this is not needed for the regular user.
Another appealing feature with satellite TV in comparison to cable TV, is that the satellite TV companies’ customer service representatives are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, unlike the cable companies who only work the regular Monday through Friday, 9-5 work week – and sometimes a half-a-day on Saturday.
If satellite service were be interrupted in an entire neighborhood – which is very rare and might only occur in cases of severe weather – everything can be ‘fixed’ either on the part of the customer adjusting the dish themselves, or through a computerized network at the satellite company’s office that accesses the actual satellite in space and adjusts/addresses any signal issues.
This means that you can get satellite service without having to make a large initial outlay of cash for the equipment; however, damaging or losing equipment (such as the remote) may require that you pay full retail price for the damaged or lost equipment.
Organizing seminars and conferences in coordination with the Telecommunication Regulatory Authorities and other international organizations at a global and regional level, on the benefits of satellite communications to developing countries, and raising awareness of the advantages of open satellite markets.