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Why do I only get some of the Freeview channels?

Posted March 25, 2013 - Coverage and channels,Top 5 questions

The number of Freeview channels available at your address depends on the transmitter you receive your signal from.  Check which channels are available to you at your address, using our predictive coverage checker.

The Freeview coverage checker gives a good indication of whether you’ll be able to receive Freeview. However, do bear in mind that it is a prediction based on an area 100 square metres around your address.  There might be some addresses in that area which cannot receive Freeview, because of the exact location of the property and other elements of your local geography, such as tall buildings, trees or hills.

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