expired Altech UEC VAST HD Satellite Decoder with VAST access card - $265 - FREE DELIVERY with code
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Altech UEC 4121 HD DSD 4121 Satellite Receiver with VAST card - $265 - FREE SHIPPING FOR EVERY STATE EXCEPT WA
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Altech UEC 4121 HD DSD Satellite TV Receiver with VAST Smart Card – This unit will provide all the new freeview - One HD, Eleven, 9GO, 9GEM, 7Two, 7Mate, All the new ABC and SBS Channels to anyone in black spot areas and rural areas. Say good bye to your old optus aurora satellite system and purchase this new system which has all the new channels.
Will plug and play into your existing satellite dish setup on the optus c1 satellite. If you have an existing foxtel dish or optus aurora dish this box will plug and play to vast majority of dishes.
240 Volt - 12Volt is an extra $40 Supports Digital HD and SD - works on new TVs and old TVs Includes VAST Smart Card Channels that are available on the service are ABC 1 , 2/4 , 3, ABC 24 News HD - for each state SBS 1 , 2 , HD for each state GWN ,WIN and Ten WEST for WA Imparja and 7Central HD, NBN, Prime, WIN, Local Regional News for East Coast Viewers and travellers All the new digital channels from 7 , 9 , 10 which include One HD, Eleven, 9 GO , 9 GEM , 7 Mate, 7 Two
If you are not eligble for access according to the myswitch.digitalready.gov.au website , you can apply through the ACMA - read below, or contact us for more information and help regarding Senator Stephen Conroy's promise, providing every Australian with equal access to digital TV channels in Australia.
SUBSIDY AREA - DATE OF APPLICATIONS OPEN - AMOUNT OF SUBSIDY
Regional South Australia - 15 July 2010 - $400
Victoria - 5 November 2010 - $400
Queensland - 20 April 2011 - $400, $550, $700
Remote South Australia - September 2011 - $400, $550
New South Wales - November 2011 - $400, $550
Northern Territory - May 2012 - $550, $700
Tasmania - October 2012 - $400
Western Australia - November 2012 - $400, $550, $700
Under the Broadcasting Service Act 1992, television viewers who do not have adequate reception of one or more terrestrial digital commercial television broadcasting services should be able to access satellite television services via VAST.
The legislation establishes three categories of viewers with respect to VAST eligibility:
1. Viewers in remote licence areas and individual households covered by an out-of-area authorisation (including persons currently receiving satellite television via Aurora);
2. Viewers in parts of regional Australia that are recognised areas of poor terrestrial digital television reception; and
3. Viewers in the rest of Australia, in areas generally having good terrestrial digital television reception who do not have adequate reception of all applicable terrestrial digital commercial television services at their individual location.
4. Travellers who are travelling through rural areas of Australia
While viewers in the first two categories are automatically eligible for VAST services, those in the third category must apply for access on a case-by-case basis. The VAST service is available from 15 December 2010. Viewers in remote licence areas are eligible to receive VAST services from that date. In general, VAST services will not be available to viewers outside of remote licence areas until six months before digital switchover in their area. Information on how to apply is available.
These principles are established in Part 9C of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, as well as in the conditional access schemes registered for the VAST licence areas. Copies of the schemes are available.