Do I Need an Aerial for Freeview or Can I Use My Sky Dish?

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Yes. Freeview is only available through the digital terrestrial television system, that is, through an aerial. Free to view channels are available through a satellite service provider such as Freesat from the BBC & ITV or Freesat from Sky.
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boxtops // I've already got an aerial, no way would I want a dish, they are real blots on the front of houses. // You are happy to see a forest of aerials on the roofs then ! Many
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