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Re: Freeview coaxial cable


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It is not unreasonable to think that Freeview channels might be available streamed over the internet.

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So we had no other option than to spend £150 to have a Freeview aeriel put up.


@Anonymous User They are (mostly).  On TV Player. On Amazon Fire stick.  That option would have cost less than £40.   As good as Now TV is it is not the solution in this case.  

 

 

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Re: Freeview coaxial cable

£150 for a free view aeriel, what a rip off they put them up for £50 round here.

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Re: Freeview coaxial cable


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£150 for a free view aeriel, what a rip off they put them up for £50 round here.


Someone quoted me over £400 for one  (I live in a 2 up 2 down).  Instead I got a £10 indoor setbox aerial and used the old virgin coax cable that terminated in the eaves of the roof.  Works perfectly and I am about 10 miles from Crystal Palace with a pile of high rises in the way.  Lot cheaper than the £7/month virgin had me paying for a second box.    And it is superior to the old roof aerial that needs a signal boost to get the HD channels (the reason I considered the change)

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