at800. Our role is simple.

To make sure you can still watch new_freeview_logo_2015when new 4G services arrive in your area.

TV interference?

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Mobile operators are now offering 4G mobile services across the UK. Digital TV and 4G mobile services both use parts of the radio spectrum – that is bands of frequencies – to reach us. The 800 MHz frequencies used by some 4G services are next to frequencies used for Freeview. There is a very small chance this may cause disruption to your Freeview service.

Could this affect you?

We identify homes at risk of experiencing disruption to their Freeview service from 4G at 800 MHz. We will send those homes a postcard explaining the issue and letting them know how we can help.

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Have you had a postcard from at800?

If so, select YES to find out how we can help if you notice new disruption to Freeview.

Select NOT SURE to enter your postcode and find out whether we have sent postcards to your area.

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at800. Our role is simple.

To make sure you can still watch Freeview when new 4G services arrive in your area.

TV interference?

What is happening and why?

Could this affect me?