About Freeview.

Freeview started transmitting in October 2002.
Freeview, is the name for the collection of free to air services on the DTT (Digital Terrestrial Television) platform in the UK.

Which means no monthly subscription, just a one off fee to have your new equipment installed or your current system adjusted.

Freeview is received through an aerial either wideband (digital) or narrowband (analogue), as long the reception in your area is sufficient & your equipment is in good working order, you should receive anything from a dozen channels to well over a hundred. Call us today to help you with your requirements.

We are a authorised user of Freeview logo through Get Me Digital UK’.

All Freeview systems can be installed to meet customer requirements.

Freeview (standard).
Freeview comes in two ways, either through a stand alone digi-box which range in price from £10 upwards, or as an integral part of any modern TV, as most new TV’s have built in Freeview tuners.
Freeview HD.
Improve your TV programming with Freeview HD, richer & more vivid colours to enhance the whole viewing experince. High definition TV gives you a sharper, crisper picture with up to five times the amount of detail you see on standard definition. Also getting, crystal clear surround sound. Watch your favourite TV in incredible high definition with free HD channels, BBC One HD, BBC HD, ITV1 HD.  HD can come integral to the TV or through a Freeview HD box, that connects via a HDMI cable & delivers HD quality pictures.
Freeview +.
Whether your watching in HD or wanting to pause & record your favourite programmes this box does it all, & unlike the Satellite version it only requires one cable to record one channel & watch another, whilst being able to record entire series at the touch of a button. Like HD you improve your TV programming with Freeview + HD, richer & more vivid colours to enhance the whole viewing experince & the high definition TV gives you a sharper, crisper picture with up to five times the amount of detail you see on standard definition.

Our Freeview television aerials are supplied & fitted using stainless steel poles & suitable heavy duty galvanised brackets which can be fitted to wall, chimney or when reception is strong enough, in loft spaces. We do not recommend aerials in lofts, as being inside means the digital signal strength is reduced & they’re more susceptible to interference from the other electrical equipment. However, if circumstances permit they can be installed quite successfully.