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As well as being able to supply new PC's we can also offer the following services.
Web design and hosting.
We can design and build a custom website for personal or business use.
Our sites are hosted on servers at one of the largest providers in Europe to ensure your site can be seen.
Costs can vary with your requirements so contact Andrew for a custom quote but here are a few example prices for popular websites.
Here are some of the products and services that Seaton Electronics are able to offer.
On any orders over £200 we offer free delivery and installation in the following towns and villages:-
If you receive an official looking letter from a company called 'Domain Registry of America' please ignore it and under no circumstances should you reply or send them any money.
Sky offer a range on channel packages to suit your viewing habits on their digital satellite service.
Isn't it just films and football?
At Seaton Electronics we always aim to give the best advice, which is why we recommend Plusnet.
We have been using Plusnet's sister company, F9, for our internet connectivity since the mid 1990's and most of us at Seaton Electronics use Plusnet or F9 for our home internet access as well. In all that time we have found that the help and support from Plusnet and the reliability has been the best we've seen. And believe me, we've seen the support side of most ISP's when we've been called in to sort out customers computer systems.
Telephone 01297 23023
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can write to us at
12b Queen Street
You can find us right opposite the library, just inside the pedesrian area on Queen Street.
Starting in 2008 and ending in 2012, TV services in the UK will go completely digital, TV region by TV region. This process is called digital switchover.The UK’s old television broadcast signal (known as “analogue”) is being switched off and replaced with a “digital” signal. Any TV set that’s not converted to digital when the switchover takes place will no longer receive TV programmes.
What are the benefits of digital TV?