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Installing Freeview in Bristol Examined by The Aerial Man

Freeview BristolFreeview is the name of the UK’s digital terrestrial TV service which is delivered through your television aerial. Often, people find that they are tied up to a subscription service which they may not be fully using or enjoying. There’s an ever growing number of people with subscriptions who are getting more and more frustrated with subscription television. Furthermore, it is becoming more apparent that interest & viewership of free programmes shown on free channels is at an all time high. This has prompted a significant influx of individuals turning away from subscription free services due to the fact they are looking to save money on costs. Switching to Freeview is an easy, sensible way to save money. In this article, we will examine why this service has become so popular as well as what you can do to save costs by choosing to install a Freeview box. If you are investigating Freeview in Bristol or want to install a Freeview box in Bristol then be sure to contact The Aerial Man today or give our team a call now on: 01179 679 028

The Rise of Freeview TV

Freeview TV initially rose in popularity after televisions were changed from analogue to digital. We are now at the stage where all new TVs are compatible with a subscription free service by utilising an aerial. With the purchasing of Freeview HD equipment, you can also enjoy Freeview HD channels including BBC 1 HD which is a great way to utilise this service. Popularity of free television broadcasters and their programmes is also very much responsible for the rise of subscription free TV. The BBC have done a fantastic job at sticking to what their audience wants and enjoys and this is reflected in the successes of many of their programmes in recent years. These programmes are some of the most watched in the UK and are all therefore free to watch programmes. Television broadcasters have also started to realise that higher audiences watching free channels is better for them than relying on customer subscriptions which has led to an increased interest in this service. This is because of the ability for advertisers to advertise to larger audiences. Finally, internet viewing of programmes such as iPlayer and streaming services have massively increased in popularity in the last few years. This has led to many paying for these services rather than for subscriptions. Often the prices for both are too expensive therefore viewers decide to opt for online streaming rather than television based subscriptions.

Saving Costs by Ending Your Subscription

You more than likely enjoy a wide range of free programmes and a much smaller selection of programmes that require a subscription. Subscriptions do offer sports as a package which is one of the most common reasons to purchase a subscription. These can also be viewed elsewhere but Freeview boxes can also offer a subscription just for sporting events. This means that you can enjoy subscription free TV and only have to pay for the additional sports options which can again save you money on your bills. If you find that you need to save money and that you are not fully using your subscription then you may want to think about moving away from a subscription service and contacting our expert team.

Enquire With The Aerial Man Today

Freeview Box BristolTo enjoy Freeview, your box must be installed and set up to your aerial. The local friendly team at The Aerial Man are here to help you and to install Freeview for your home. We have served Bristol and the surrounding areas for many years and have carried out a number of aerial and Freeview box installations. If you think that you want to make the decision to install Freeview then we are here to help make this a reality for you at extremely competitive prices. Should you be searching for Freeview near me in Bristol or if you require a Freeview box in Bristol then be sure to contact The Aerial Man today or call now on: 01179 679 028

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