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Will 4G phone signals interfere with my TV signal?

Posted November 7, 2016 - Technical FAQs

Mobile phone operators continue to expand fourth-generation (4G) coverage to provide customers with high speed wireless broadband. Where these services are broadcast on certain airwaves (the 800MHz band), they may interfere with Freeview reception*. A new company, at800, has been set up by the mobile operators to provide filters and other assistance to households where TV reception may be affected.

*Existing 4G services from EE do not affect Freeview services as these operate in a different band.

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