Time to give up on standard definition already

Does your family look like this anymore? Of course not. Your TV doesn’t look like this anymore either, I’d bet. So why are you still watching television in standard definition?

If you’re still using an old DIRECTV or DISH receiver that doesn’t get HD signals, my only question is, “why?” High definition television started in this country in 2004. Seriously, that’s 13 years ago.

Chances are, you have an HDTV. I mean, they are so cheap now and they’ve been cheap for years. If you’re looking at a standard definition picture because you haven’t wanted to upgrade your satellite service, you’re watching blurry stretched images, probably on a huge TV. Trust me, there’s so much more enjoyment you could be getting out of television.

I know, I know. You think it will be expensive to upgrade. You probably bought your equipment outright in 2002 and you remember how it set you back several hundred dollars. Honest folks, it’s not like that anymore. Whether you have DIRECTV or DISH, there are upgrade deals that will get you all the equipment you need, plus a nice handsome technician to come to your house and do the upgrade, often for FREE. The only thing they ask is that you agree to keep service for 2 more years. That’s not a lot to ask from someone who hasn’t changed their TV service in over a decade.

Do I have your attention? Good. So what you need to do now is call Solid Signal during business hours at 877.312.4547. They will let you know about all your upgrade options, what it’s going to take and what it’s going to cost. We are genuine DIRECTV and DISH dealers so we have access to all the same upgrade plans that the big guys do. We just don’t make you sit through 35 minutes of phone trees in order to get to someone who really cares about you. Our 100% US-based staff will take a genuine interest in you and your needs. That’s the difference.

There just isn’t any reason to wait anymore. Talk to someone right now ans start enjoying TV the way it was meant to be enjoyed in the 21st century!