Consumers Can Watch Tv Online With The New Satellite Tv For Pc Software
(EMAILWIRE.COM, December 02, 2010 ) Abilene, TX - Due to the continuous demand for internet television, Satellite Direct TV stepped up to the plate and recently introduced Satellite TV for PCs. With this particular software any personal computer could be made into an incredible medium for viewing over 3000 channels worldwide.
This technology by Satellite Direct gives consumers the ability to tap into the more than 3,500 television channels available around the world all using the power and the convenience of the internet. By signing up to the Satellite system customers can access even more channels than cable and satellite TV combined. Additionally, there's only a small charge incurred once and less than the cost of a single month's bill from the cable provider.
There's no need for any bulky satellite dishes, receivers, or any other equipment beyond a computer to utilize the software. The only real necessity is a computer and a broadband internet connection.
Satellite Direct may be accessed like a television on laptops, desktops, and on certain handheld devices. It's also feasible to view the stations directly on a television by affixing a laptop to the TV and allowing it to serve as a satellite dish.
The satellite TV for PC is available for a one-time sign up fee. Customers receive a lifetime membership with no monthly charges. There is no pricey setup fee, neither is there extraneous hardware using this system.
Upon purchase, customers are given a multitude of free high quality TV channels and live-stream television stations from around the globe. They could choose from any category, language, and genre. The software is easy to setup and run, and 24hr customer support is available from anywhere in the world.
The software comes equipped with more than 3000 television channels with access to films, education, cartoons, sci-fi, drama, popular music, and much much more. Gone are the days of surfing channels to try and find something worthy of watching. With 3000 channels from which to choose, consumers never settle for standard television again.