Which is better?

I have sky dish right now, but rain fade is a killer.

But I hear the outdoor aerials are the way to go???

I have both but need to get someone to climb 2 storey building to move the outdoor aerial into place so I can gt reception.

Any pros to outdoor aerial? Will rainfade be less cumbersome using outdoor aerial, will I miss out on some channels like choice or hgtv.

I live in west auckland

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Hi Taylor

Being in West Auckland, UHF is the best way to go as it has HD and more channels available to watch than satellite. 

Rain fade will not be a major problem with the aerial as the transmissions are made on land rather than from space. 

To find an installer head to our website here: http://www.freeviewnz.tv/get-freeview/installers/ and select WEST AUCKLAND from the drop down box.

To view all the channels on UHF please click here (select Channels via UHF first): http://freeviewnz.tv/freeview/live-tv/ 

Choice TV and HGTV are on the UHF network. 

Let me know if you need more help! 

Cheers, Josh.

Thank you kindly. Epic quick response, so much appreciated. Thank you for your time. 5 stars :o)

Josh Hill said:

Hi Taylor

Being in West Auckland, UHF is the best way to go as it has HD and more channels available to watch than satellite. 

Rain fade will not be a major problem with the aerial as the transmissions are made on land rather than from space. 

To find an installer head to our website here: http://www.freeviewnz.tv/get-freeview/installers/ and select WEST AUCKLAND from the drop down box.

To view all the channels on UHF please click here (select Channels via UHF first): http://freeviewnz.tv/freeview/live-tv/ 

Choice TV and HGTV are on the UHF network. 

Let me know if you need more help! 

Cheers, Josh.

No worries, 

Happy to help anytime :) 

Josh

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