Intellian extends warranty coverage on antennas

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Intellian U.S. announced it increased the warranty coverage on all i-Series television antennas sold in North America.

While the Intellian corporate warranty policy remains a two-year parts and one-year labor program, Intellian U.S. has increased this for its i-Series line to three-year parts and one-year labor as an illustration of the company's quality assurance, as well as its commitment to its customers, the company said in a statement.

"Intellian's new i-Series service contract is unmatched by any other marine satellite antenna manufacturer and provides comprehensive coverage on parts for three years and labor for one year," said John Minetola, vice president of sales, Intellian U.S., in a statement, "We are proud to offer our customers this new level of protection as a testament to our quality and a thank-you to our customers for selecting i-Series solutions."

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