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published 14/04/2008

Advantagesgood amount of channels

Disadvantagesneed a good aerial

...over 36% of the UK were receiving freeview, as a source of their digital TV. In the future, High definition programming is expected to launch on the freeview platform Equipment There are various different set top boxes available, which acts as a freeview receiver. The price of these varies, some as cheap as £10! However, nowadays, freeview offer a new type of set top box, called FREEVIEW...

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AdvantagesJust one up-front cost. No subs. Extra channels. Proper widescreen output

DisadvantagesNeeds a good aerial. A limited list of subscription channels muddies the waters somewhat.

...'s Box Office, with the same movie starting every 30 minutes on a clutch of channels, this facility was definitely the poor relation. *They changed it back to OnDigital once the receivers were called in to save the 'good names' of Carlton and Granada. Good name?! Anyway, the fact that OnDigital folded in a spectacular manner is well documented. I guess Freeview could be called 'son of On', but...

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AdvantagesMore Choice, Better Quality, Radio & Interactive Services

DisadvantagesOnly covers 74% of the UK little as £30 you can purchase a Freeview receiver which will connect to your current TV as long as it has a scart socket and a good analogue reception. Freeview can currently be received by an estimated 74% percent of UK homes and this figure is the maximum capacity which can be achieved until DSO is complete in 2012 when the government estimates that 98.5% of UK homes should be able to...

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