Re: Trouble ahead = big money?


Jan 10 1:41 PM

 


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#177 Jan 10 1:41 PM

With as many people who have trouble receiving the new digital signals with their existing antenna set-ups, just think of the avalanche of clueless people across the US on February 17th who are going to need help getting back their lost channels.

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This may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for someone technically proficient to make a killing with on-site technical support/installations.. Nobody is really out there doing professional installations of off-air antennas anymore.. It's been years..

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Just something to think about.

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Rob









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#179 Jan 11 7:19 AM

--- In TV_Antennas@yahoogroups.com, Robert Williams will7370@...>

wrote: >

> With as many people who have trouble receiving the new digital

signals with their existing antenna set-ups, just think of the

avalanche of clueless people across the US on February 17th who are

going to need help getting back their lost channels. > .

> This may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for someone technically

proficient to make a killing with on-site technical

support/installations.. Nobody is really out there doing professional

installations of off-air antennas anymore.. It's been years.. > .

> Just something to think about.

> .

> Rob

>

I sure wish I thought that OTA television would boom and be a business

for some during the transition and after the analog cut-off. I think

there might be a few opportunities

But, hiring someone to install an antenna could well cost a year's

cable or other pay service. At least as things are now. If an

inexpensive multidirectional antenna could be developed and installed

at a profit for 150-200 dollars, there could be a good business made.

Right now, of I had to bet, I would bet on cable oe sattelite, not Over

the Air. I hope this group can keep going a few years, so we can see

what will be, by exchanging information.



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