Millions of Freeview viewers receive channel upgrade in two weeks – check if your box is eligible

SOME channel changes are expected to be available on Freeview in two weeks – and you may need to re-tune to take advantage of them.

But it all depends on where you are in the UK.

The channel change will take place in two weeks


The channel change will take place in two weeksPhoto credit: Freeview

The great! The transmitter network optimizes its offer on Freeview.

It’s going GREAT at the moment! TV, great! Love and children’s channel POP in the free offer.

There are a few changes coming that will expand the availability of some channels.

Even if it will be at the expense of others.

Most importantly: GREAT! The TV station was ranked 50th nationally last month.

However, the old slot will disappear later this month, so you may have to re-tune to continue watching.

Elsewhere, great! Romance seems to be becoming more widely available.

The channel is also moving to a nationwide Freeview channel at No. 52 on July 19, according to RXTVInfo.

Therefore, you may need to rescan your box to benefit from it as well.

However, this is at the expense of the sister station POP.

Children’s Ward coverage will be limited in some areas.

To find out if you’re affected, watch channels 7 or 8 on July 19.

If you are watching a local channel after retuning, you should continue to receive POP.

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