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TV that suits you

With the Freeview HD Recorder you can watch what you want, when you want. For all you binge watchers, simply record a whole series to enjoy in one go. Two of your favourite programmes set to clash? Record one and enjoy the other. This is TV that works around you. Flexible and free of charge.

Pause

Pause live TV

Fancy a cup of tea? Or three? No problem. With pause and rewind you’ll never miss a moment of your favourite shows.

Record

Series record

Whatever your TV fix, simply find the series in the TV guide and select series record to enjoy it when you’re ready. It couldn’t be easier.

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Programme clash?

We’ve all been there. Two shows, same time. It’s TV at its most cruel. With the HD recorder you can set one show to record and enjoy the other. Problem? What problem.

Can I get Freeview?

Also available: With a Freeview Play Recorder you can watch and record live TV and catch up on shows you missed all through the TV guide.

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Choose your Freeview HD recorder

A Freeview HD Recorder makes it easy for you to record all the shows you want, to be enjoyed at a time that suits you. More than 70 Freeview channels and up to 15 HD channels* are there for you to choose from and record through the TV guide.

Just highlight and select the show you want to record, then either choose to record a single programme or the whole series. Additionally, with most recorders you can record one show while watching another, and pause or rewind both live TV and recorded shows. Which is nice. Most importantly, once you’ve purchased a Freeview HD Recorder there’s no contract to sign and no monthly cost. Which is pretty nice too.

*the number of channels available is subject to digital TV coverage at your address.

Note: Freeview HD Recorder was previously called Freeview Plus.

Freeview HD Recorder is available from

If you currently receive Freeview through your aerial, you won’t need to change a thing. Just plug your aerial lead into your new recorder and then use the HDMI cable to connect to your TV. If you’re moving to Freeview from another service, you just need to make sure you have a working aerial that can be plugged into your Freeview HD Recorder, then you’re good to go.

Find out more about aerials and reception.

Freeview Recorder top questions

What is a Freeview HD Recorder?

A Freeview HD Recorder makes it easy for you to record the TV you want so you can watch it when you want. More than 60 Freeview digital channels and up to 12 HD channels are there for you to choose from and record.

With a Freeview HD Recorder you record a show using the TV Guide, highlighting and then selecting the show you want to record. Choose to record a single programme, or a whole series. With most recorders you can record one show while watching another.

A Freeview HD Recorder also allows you to pause what you are watching or rewind live TV if you miss something.

You will need to buy a Freeview HD Recorder, but after that there’s no monthly subscription to pay and no contract to sign.

*the number of channels available is subject to digital TV coverage at your address.

Note: Freeview HD Recorder was previously called Freeview Plus.

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Will I need to change my aerial to get a Freeview HD Recorder?

If you currently receive Freeview through your aerial, then you won’t need to change a thing, just plug your aerial lead into your new recorder. If you are moving to Freeview from another service, you will need to make sure you have working aerial to plug into your Freeview HD Recorder.

Find out more about aerials and reception.