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Old 20-06-2013, 21:10   #1 (permalink)
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Default Freeview and 4G

Its coming,it operates at 800MHz.a similar frequency to Freeview,and may cause problems to reception,such as loss of sound,pixelation or loss of channels.
A service has been set up to supply free filters. If you are in a known area you will be sent a filter,you can also request one to be sent to you.
It connects between your aerial and TV,set top box or signal booster. Its an easy 'plug and play'. This only affects Freeview,satellite and cable will not be affected.
Go to or call 0333 31 31 800.
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