No hidden costs
Enjoy the UK’s most popular TV programmes subscription free – exactly the way it should be. A huge £2.7 billion is spent on unwatched channels across the country, that’s about £200 per home*. Why pay for things you don’t need?
TV that matters
From Homeland to Strictly, we have something for everyone. Enjoy more than 60 standard channels and up to 12 HD channels** through your aerial. In fact, 27 of the top 30 channels in the UK are available on Freeview***. And now with Freeview Play, you can find catch up from BBC iPlayer, the ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5 all in one place.
Something for everyone
Straight to your TV
TV you care about
of the top channels in the UK are available on Freeview
Keeping it simple
All you need is a Freeview HD TV or recorder and an aerial in good condition. You’ll find Freeview in most new TVs, so if you’ve got a flatscreen, you might already have it. Give it a try with your aerial, you’ll be enjoying subscription free TV in no time.
You’re in control
Freeview gives you the freedom to choose. Find catch up sitting alongside live TV with Freeview Play. Just scroll back in the TV guide to watch programmes you missed from the last 7 days. And with most smart TVs, enjoy box sets and the latest films from paid services like Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Now TV.
Whether you’re a film buff or big on stand-up, you’ll always find something to watch
Access these on demand catch up services with Freeview Play enabled TVs.
What can Freeview offer you?
27 of the top 30 channels in the UK are available on FreeviewSee the full channel lineup
* Data from the Post Office & Freeview Vision and Value Report, research conducted by Opinium between 21 December 2012 and 2 January 2013 amongst 3,006 adults who pay for a broadband, home phone and TV subscription package that does not include Sky Sports or Sky Movies.
** The Freeview service and channels are subject to coverage and may be changed from time to time. Aerial upgrade and/or receiver may be required. Visit freeview.co.uk/availability.
*** Based on the top TV channels watched in 2012 by Individuals 4+ (Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB) consolidated data) in all homes.