Aerial & Satellite Installations, Repairs & upgrades

Customer Feedback

The following reviews are based on work commenced.

Fitting TV aerial cabling from satellite dish.

Managed to fit our appointment in at short notice before Christmas. They arrived on time and completed the work efficiently and without any mess. They were polite and friendly and I would certainly recommend their services to my friends and family. Customer in Reading, 23 December 2012  

Installation of new TV and bracket entertainment system.

On time very polite and well presented done a good job.

Customer in Reading, 6 October 2012  

Install TV.

Helped elderly relatives at short notice.

Customer in Reading, 13 February 2013  

Satellite cable repositioned and new point drilled and placed on wall

Fantastic! I would highly recommend this company to anyone needing any electrical work. I have never seen a workman so conscientious or tidy.

Customer in Reading, 7 December 2013  

Repaired faulty TV aerial lead

Very prompt, efficient and courteous service. I telephoned U-Connect at 2.30pm. The TV was working again by 5.00pm!
in Reading
, 11 February 2014  


Prices Start from: £199.99 inc vat

Freeview gives you 50 channels and 4 HD channels to play with and features such as series record and Smart TV.


Freesat Prices start from : £149.99 inc vat

There’s a range of options with freesat, all completely subscription-free.

With over 150 channels as standard you'll be spoilt for choice. Choose freesat HD and enjoy our five free HD channels. Choose freesat+ and on top of all that you’ll also be able to pause and rewind live TV and record a library of your favourite shows.


And now selected freesat boxes and TVs also bring you brilliant On Demand TV from the BBC and ITV.

Sky 'Magic-Eye'

Sky 'Magic-Eye' Installations start from: £79.99 inc vat

The Sky ‘Magic Eye’ is a smart device that allows you to watch satellite television from another room in your house. It sends a TV signal from the satellite receiver to your second television through a co-axial cable. The satellite receiver also sends a small 9 volt current through the co-axial cable to power the ‘Magic Eye’. When channels are changed in a second location the magic eye picks up the remote control instructions. These are then sent back through the co-axial cable to the satellite receiver.