DSTV Installation Cape Town

DSTV Installation Cape Town

DSTV Installation Cape Town – DSTV Installation Bellville – DSTV Installation Somerset West

DStv Installation in Cape Town. Whether you are looking for new installation, upgrades and setting up dual view or communal setup, we are glad to be of assistance.

  • New DStv installations
  • Upgrade of installation
  • Communal setup
  • Dish & Aerial/Antenna installations
  • LNB protector fittings
  • Signal problems / Loss of signal
  • Re-installation

We cover all type of properties, such as restaurants, shops, hotels, homes and bars and various entertainment facilities.

  • All Types TV wall mountings incl Smart TV
  • Dish relocation when moving to new premises
  • Improve HD picture quality
  • We can replace your LNB for better viewing quality

All Digital TV Set Up and Servicing Solutions in Western Cape!

We are specialists in DSTV Installations, DSTV Repairs, DSTV Relocations, DSTV Upgrades, Arial Installations and fixing general decoder related problems. We guarantee only the best service delivery to our clients. We do DSTV installations in Cape Town, and surrounding areas. we offer services for Schools, Universities, Guest Houses, Hotels, Communes or Apartments.

Satellite Dish Installations

Get the best crystal clear HD/4K viewing. Our Satellite Dish Installation specialists in Western Cape Suburbs, are trained to position your satellite dish.
DSTV Relocations explained

When you are so stressed out and tired of packing, then you realize that your satellite dish is still hanging up outside and then you begin to wonder what to do next? How will I relocate my DSTV decoder? Look no further, we are your go to guys with DSTV relocations in Cape Town. With affordable rates in DSTV relocations Cape Town, we guarantee on the best service!

DSTV Installation Cape Town

Installation at all types of premises such as:

  • Estates
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Residential Apartments
  • or communal set-ups

What Is An Accredited DSTV Installer in Cape Town?

A DSTV Installer is a professional technician that aims to install DSTV satellites, to make viewing as pleasurable as possible for their customers. Here at Satellite King, we specialize in DSTV Repairs, DSTV Upgrades, DSTV Relocations and DSTV Installations in Cape Town. When you need quality DSTV Installation services, look no further. We got you covered!

So, I want a DSTV Upgrade. Where do I start?

You have finally realized that you want to pause, rewind and record live TV, but your decoder just won’t let that happen. Don’t worry, our DSTV upgrade services in Cape Town is ready to help you. Our qualified technicians will get you up and running in no time.

Wait for the tree to grow!

Wait for the tree to grow!

Wait for the tree to grow!

The biggest mistake in business is wanting to get rich quick. The best advice I ever had from an extraordinarily successful business friend was: “Don’t grow to quicky” At first, I thought… No, you are wrong. I want to get rich quickly and I will. Well, I did not because experience in business does not come easy or cheap.

When we are in school, we are taught a lesson and then given a test. In business, we are given a test and then learn a lesson. That is why it is incredibly wise to listen to people who have made mistakes in business so that you rather learn from their test than having to learn just from your tests. That is why the most successful business people always gather a team of experts around them.

Building a business is like planting a seed, taking care of that seed when it sprouts and giving it what it needs to grow strong and big! Will you wait for the seed to grow and become a tree from which you will feed for the rest of your life?

Believe me, it is worth it!

The Projected Impact of COVID-19 on Small Businesses

The Projected Impact of COVID-19 on Small Businesses

In writing this article I want to share with you that my heart goes out to every small business owner around the world!

So many small businesses are bound to survive based on their daily cash flow. 2 things are unreplaceable in business and that is cash flow and leverage according to Robert Kiyosaki who wrote the Rich Dad, Poor Dad book.
But it is time to adjust and it is time to investigate new avenues. I have set up business evaluation points for small business owners to evaluate their businesses and what is coming.

1. Digital evolution is no longer an option

It is no longer an option but an absolutely essential part of a business to evolve digitally. The best advice that I can give you to evolve your business digitally is the following. Find a mentor who has done it in your industry or an agency that has the experience and relevant track record. Take bold but calculated steps. Find ways of gets numbers and statistics for your industry online. Look into the social behavior of your ideal clients. The biggest lie in this time is that your clients have disappeared just because they are not walking through your business doors. No, they have not disappeared they have simply moved digitally, and you need to find them and place your product and service in front of them before your competition does.


2. Video calls and conferencing is no longer an option

The first thing that happened within 5 days of isolation is that I started calling people on a Video call. Why? Because humans are relational as so is business. We need to see one another. Here is a great marketing tip. Send all your best clients a WhatsApp message and ask them if you could call them on WhatsApp video at a specific time. Tell that you want to catch up with them and check how they are doing.


This will be your first and biggest marketing campaign during this time of isolation. Talk to them about what you plan to do with your business and tell them that they are valuable to your business. Gary V always says that you need to sell value more than anything else to your clients.


3. Digital ordering and shopping are no longer an option

Evaluate your current business operations and see which of them could go digital with an ordering system or a simple form on your website. Take small step sin in a digital direction. See which of your products could sell online through your shopping cart or if you don’t have one get your products online through a bigger shopping cart like Amazon.


4. Digital marketing is no longer an option

If you find yourself in the space where you don’t have a website for your business, then this time of isolation is the perfect time to work on your digital marketing. You can give me a call or send me a message and we can meet on a WhatsApp video call. I will evaluate where you currently find yourself and advise on the steps that you can take, but right now is the perfect time to get going. If you do want to do it yourself, you can follow this article that I wrote to help people get started with a blog, but you can use the same system to build your website.


5. Your businesses digital narrative is no longer an option

One of the biggest mistakes local businesses make is that they create their business website without thinking about their ideal client. People want to read and experience who you are as a person and what the story is behind your business. They want to read your story and follow your narrative online. Tell them about how you started and what you have overcome and how you help other people. They also want to hear about your success. They want to be inspired by your story.

Creating a digital narrative for your business that includes your story is one of the biggest tips that I can give you.



Stay strong and keep the faith! Before you give up and close your business first look if you don’t need to trim it down for this season so that it can grow new branches and leaves for a new season. Being trimmed down is never easy but it always brings growth into new areas of our businesses. That is how I see this time and season in all our lives. Growing new digital branches and leaves for your business will take it into the future. You determine if this situation will be your end or the beginning of new things. You determine the projected impact of COVID19.

Stay positive and believe that things will change for the better.

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