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Over 95% of the most watched programmes are available subscription free on Freeview.
No need to pay extra subscription fees to enjoy multi-channel television.
Freeview offers over 50 free digital television channels, 10 HD Channels, with more planned and 24 digital radio channels, received free through your television aerial or through broadband with a recommended speed of 3.0Mb/s. The broadband connection also enables you to search through thousands of shows and keeps your YouView box up to date.
YouView connected to your aerial socket, brings you over 70 digital channels to watch, record, pause and rewind, while Freesat delivers over 200 free digital channels, with 11 in HD plus the worlds most popular On Demand players, including its latest YouTube channel via satellite. Freeview & Freesat Personal Video Recorders (PVRs) can record many hours of television programmes on a large hard disk drive. Digital boxes also offer other useful features, like the ability to pause live television, even recording a whole series. Most now receive free High Definition (HD) channels, you'll need to make sure your product has an HD receiver and good digital television coverage, which most of the country now has. Freeview HD gives you 5 times better picture quality.
With 98.5% of the country being able to receive FreeviewYou should be able to enjoy the Freeview service through your existing aerial. However, even if you are in a Freeview coverage area and your reception is bad it is possible you may need a new aerial if it?s not in good condition. We recommend you contact your local Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) installer listed in the Yellow Pages. If you live in a flat or building with a shared aerial we recommend that you check with your landlord whether you can receive the Freeview service. www.freeview.co.uk
For YouView you can check which channels are available by clicking Check Availability or visiting www.youview.com
You should be able to enjoy the Freesat service through your existing satellite dish, if pointed at Astra 2a (Sky). If you require a new dish, we recommend you contact your local Confederation of Aerial Industries (CAI) installer listed in the Yellow Pages. If you live in a flat or building with a shared dish, we recommend that you check with your landlord whether you can receive the Freesat service. www.freesat.co.uk