How do I get more Freeview channels?

How do I get more Freeview channels?

To get the maximum amount of channels on the Freeview app it’s simple – you just need to download all the players:

  1. BBC iPlayer (BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Four, CBBC, CBeebies, BBC News, BBC Parliament – live and on demand)
  2. ITV Hub (ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, ITVBe, CITV – live and on demand)

What is the frequency for Freeview channels?

Digital TV (Freeview) Frequencies – 470Mhz – 800Mhz (Future 700Mhz) With regards to TV aerial reception for digital TV services is 470-850Mhz.

Why can I only get limited Freeview channels?

The number of Freeview channels available at your address depends on the transmitter you receive your signal from. It also depends on your equipment – for example, if you want HD TV then you’ll need an HD device. It will also tell you where your nearest transmitter is.

Why can’t I get Channel 50 on my Freeview?

Firstly, you may be one of the unlucky UK residents who cannot receive a signal to enable you access to channel 50. Alternatively, if you know you’ve had channel 50 before and now it’s disappeared, then we suggest retuning your TV. Retuning allows your TV to access the most up-to-date channels available.

Where have all the Freeview channels gone?

Now, if all or some of your channels have disappeared from your Freeview box overnight, then there’s usually an easy way for you to fix this. All you need to do is go ahead and retune your Freeview box, which should resolve the problem. It only takes a few minutes for you to get all of your Freeview channels back.

How can I watch all Freeview channels online?

You can enjoy some of your favourite Freeview shows via the online TV Guide on the Freeview website. Visit the TV Guide and select the programme you would like to watch, log into the channel player and enjoy your favourite show.

Why have I lost BBC channels on Freeview?

Freeview states that if after a retune you can’t access BBC channels on the usual numbers (such as 1 for BBC One, 2 for BBC Two), then you may need to have your aerial replaced. They advise contacting the Freeview Advice Line on freephone 0808 100 0288.