What if the filter doesn’t resolve the interference?
In the majority of cases, the at800-approved free filter will resolve interference caused by 4G at 800 MHz and enable you to continue receiving and watching Freeview as normal. For a small number of viewers, the filter may not restore an acceptable level of TV reception. In this situation, we may be able to provide a different type of filter. If this does not work, we will look at other solutions such as re-aligning or replacing existing TV aerials; improving cabling; or, as a last resort, moving you to another service, such as free-to-view satellite television. at800 engineers are trained to provide advice on how we can best restore your TV service.
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- What is 4G? Why is it being introduced?
- Why might 4G affect my TV?
- How will I know if my TV is affected?
- I am missing some Freeview channels. Is this caused by 4G?
- Will 4G affect TV received through satellite or cable?
- Will TVs in caravans, campers and narrowboats be affected?
- Will I see interference on devices such as 4G handsets, radio, tablets and computers?
- Where can I find more information on which areas have 4G coverage?
- Is it true that millions of homes might be impacted?
- I live in London, will I be affected?
- How will at800 let me know if my Freeview may be affected?
- My neighbour has received a postcard and I have not. Why?
- What are filters and how are they fitted?
- Can I fit the filter myself?
- How can I get a filter?
- What if I have a set-top box?
- What if I have an indoor TV aerial; can I still attach a filter?
- What if I have more than one TV running Freeview?
- What if the filter doesn’t resolve the interference?
- Can I get more filters if needed?
- I am moving house, do I need to take my filter to my new home?