Residential TV

Live & On-demand streaming

Get your Live TV - via the internet - no more rainfade!

All the available Freeview channels - with heaps more!

Live streaming, On demand & setting up...

We offer a wide range of services, from pre-wiring to set up, configuring and connecting your TV, sound bar, DVD/BluRay player or internet TV.



  • Configure, supply and install Live & On-demand TV

  • Install and set-up your new TV, either free standing or wall mounted

  • Set up your new soundbar, for the best sound quality

  • Make repairs to your existing installation, or replace with newer tech

  • Resolve no-signal/rain fade messages

  • Add additional outlets throughout the house (data & TV points)

  • Pre-wire new builds and renovations

  • Reticulate Sky TV throughout your home (Sky subscription required)

  • Provide overseas news and expat channels (internet & legacy)

  • Bring your viewing experience right into the 21st century

These days, with wireless internet technology, legacy systems (such as TV aerials and satellite dishes) are slowly being retired, and are being replaced with newer options that give a much wider range of viewing pleasure and better picture quality. A good internet connection is required  for viewing.

We still offer legacy aerial/dish installations where the internet is patchy, or where Sky TV or multiple outlets are required.

What's available using our MiTV devices?

Live TV...

TV One




Maori TV


Edge TV



Breeze TV

Te Reo

Al Jazeera





Hope Channel

C28 (Chinese)

C29 (Chinese)


Apna TV (Indian)

Panda TV (Chinese)

CH200/Juice TV

You Choose...

  • MiTV|HD - Ideal for most TVs needing a High Definition picture and sound.

  • MiTV|4K - Ideal for newer TVs capable of UHD picture quality.


Preloaded apps:

Netflix, Prime Video, Neon, YouTube, TVNZ Ondemand, 3Now, Spark Sport, Sky Sport Now, and more.

+1 channels aren't live-streamed because with our device you can...


  1. record most live programmes with our live streaming device; 

  2. use on-demand services, which can also be accessed by using the same device.

Channels don't always follow the usual Freeview numbering line up.