Bye Bye BBC in Spain

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  1. Billy23

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    :Wink: Its not over until the fat lady sings. :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Do I suspect something similar to the hype regarding computers in 2000.

    We are in the Algarve and as yet any of the channels allegedly moved so far are just as good, watch this space on Thursday
     
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    True, but then anyone outside the footprint won't hear her so won't know when its over:Doh:

    D.
     
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    Maybe Some Good News!

    'A small number of channels are unaffected by the change. These are on the multiplex “DSAT 8” which is carried on Astra 2F (also at 28.2°East). These are BBC ONE Scotland HD, BBC ONE Wales HD, BBC FOUR HD, BBC NEWS HD, CBeebies HD.'

    Seems like the above may be OK for the Celts and the kids.
     
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    Very true Dave, unless we watch it on the internet. :Laughing:
    But to be honest as we no longer have a TV licence, we will not watch it until we get back in the UK. :Rofl1: Bob.
     
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    We are down in the Costa Blanca at the moment with TV at the pitch so we shall watch this space and if necessary watch it on the internet :):Smile::Smile::Smile:
     
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    I am told (may be true) that if you watch TV for 2.5 hours on the internet, you will have used 1gig of data.

    Unless somebody knows different.
     
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    We have been in Javea since November and the site has been full most of the time, about 3 pitches empty at the moment and the internet is cr*p. :Doh: No TV on that. :Sad::Laughing:

    Been down to Altea today and its full there too. :Smile:

    I believe its the same all around the costa blanca maybe the secret is out about it having a micro climate. :Rofl1: Bob.
     
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