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Who is likely to be affected?

You are more likely to be affected if you live close to a new 4G mast, are in an area with weak digital television reception or have a TV signal booster.  Only new disruption to Freeview, which happens after masts are switched on close to your home, could be due to 4G at 800 MHz. Following pilots across the UK, and evidence gathered since the start of the 4G at 800 MHz roll-out, at800 expects fewer than 1% of households with Freeview as their primary TV source to experience disruption to Freeview from 4G at 800 MHz.

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