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    BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

    This is a discussion on BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link: within the Freesat forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; freesat - the new free HD digital satellite TV service from the BBC & ITV Expect more Sky offers to ...

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      BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

      freesat - the new free HD digital satellite TV service from the BBC & ITV

      Expect more Sky offers to NEW customers.
      Or maybe some offers for old customers out of contract?
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      You'll be able to buy freesat in the Spring. A one-off payment will get you the lot (the digital box or TV with freesat receiver built in, satellite dish, and installation). There'll be a selection of digital boxes available with a range of functionality, including digital TV recorders and TVs with freesat receivers built in, but we'll let you know more about all the choices on offer nearer to launch."
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      And FREE HD
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      Re: BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

      Ahh......now I think I understand why Picnic Broadband is coming (sound of penny dropping)

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      Re: BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

      I'll wager Sky drop the HD +10 charge the week before the Freesat launch.

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      Re: BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

      <grumble>Wish they'd drop the price of the HD box - especially for those of us who just upgraded to Sky+</grumble>

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      Re: BBC/ITV Freesat launch looks imminent. See this link:

      free sat with 02 broadband mmmmmm interesting wonder if sky will drop there prices
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