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I think a reasonable charge for an aerial installation, assuming there are no extras, like a splitter involved or any extra cabling other than the run down from the aerial itself. Then a price of approx £150 is reasonable, especially if it comes with a guarantee and the use of quality cable and Aerial are supplied.

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When it comes to Aerial or Sky/Satellite TV services, its best to use qualified engineers, either cai or rdi approved.

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Julian Voigt Aerial & Satellite are Rdi Approved engineers

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We only use digital approved aerials

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Having heard of an friend of a friend who took a job with action aerials, and what they do to up sell, I'm not surprised to hear this account of an elderly lady being charged £359 for an aerial.

This guy went on a training day with Action Aerials, going to different jobs to be taught how to approach each job & to extract as much out of a job as poss, etc etc.

Anyway, on one occasion, having gone to one elderly customers home, the trainer cut the aerial cable outside because he realised that the only problem this customer had was a loose connection. He left this guy to install a new aerial and cable for £250 whilst he went to mcdonalds for lunch.
Having a conscience however, this guy just repaired the cable for this old deer and got her TV back working, and promptly told Action Aerials to stuff their job.

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