- No subscription, no monthly fee
- On demand with Smart TV
- HD channels for crisp, clear picture
Freeview is the UK’s free-to-air digital TV service, offering a wide range of channels with no subscription. The only cost is the set-top box, and viewers can watch channels including BBC One, BBC Two, ITV1, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
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Freeview is the UK's free-to-air digital TV service, offering a selection of channels that are available without any subscription. These include the original analogue channels BBC One, BBC Two, ITV1, Channel 4 and Channel 5, as well as other channels broadcasting a range of entertainment. You can watch Freeview using a Freeview box, connected to your home aerial.
All you need to get Freeview is a Freeview set-top box, a functioning aerial in your home and a TV. Many TVs now come with a Freeview receiver built into the hardware, but if you need to buy a box you will find that they cost very little and are available from various supermarkets and high street tech shops.
A Freeview set-top box plugs into your TV via a SCART lead, and this usually comes with the box. There are different boxes to choose from, and they can include pause, rewind and record functions, as well as HD capability, meaning that you can watch in stunning high definition.
Visit http://www.freeview.co.uk to find out more about Freeview.