Freeview

Freeview Outage in Wixams, Bedford, England

Freeview is the United Kingdom's digital terrestrial television platform. It is operated by DTV Services Ltd, a joint venture between the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky and transmitter operator Arqiva.

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Freeview problems in the last 24 hours in Wixams, England

Freeview Outage Chart in Wixams, Bedford, England 03/02/2021 06:20

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Most Reported Problems:

  • TV 88.91% TV
  • Total Blackout 6.85% Total Blackout
  • Internet 1.51% Internet
  • Wi-fi 1.01% Wi-fi
  • E-mail .91% E-mail
  • Phone .81% Phone

Freeview Outage Map Near Wixams, Bedford, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Bedford, Letchworth Garden City, Saint Neots, Leighton Buzzard, Hitchin and Biggleswade.

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Freeview Issues Reports Near Wixams, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Wixams and nearby locations:
  • Abboscakes Tony Abbess (@Abboscakes) reported from Meppershall, England

    Im not very happy with sky , wind knocked out dish so a week with no tv! Had to buy Freeview box , not happy. Don’t even start me on price hike or mobile issues and then there’s the broadband! Grrrrr

Freeview Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • macman9999 macman9999 (@macman9999) reported

    @FreeviewAdvice You can get good clear pictures from Mars but not from Freeview, about time this problem was put right, i keep losing all BBC Channels, nothing sorts the problem out. its a service not fit for purpose.

  • gildy61 Random Jottings of Gildersleeve (@gildy61) reported

    I'll probably keep the USB stick I purchased yesterday but am looking at the hard drives not being used with computers down and see if one can be attached to the freeview recorder to increase the amount of memory I can record TV programmes too. OTOH with another USB stick that's>

  • adbalfour Alex Balfour (@adbalfour) reported

    @ArchRose90 Stupid question Chris - how can one view GB News? Or am I just being monumentally thick. Looked on YouTube but nothing. Is it on Freeview?

  • a516digital Mike (ex-a516digital) (@a516digital) reported

    ...and there's not many TVs out there that do support Channel List Management (was only introduced to specs last year). So perhaps a feature to look out for the next time you are buying a Freeview Play TV.

  • a516digital Mike (ex-a516digital) (@a516digital) reported

    (Existing channels are exempt for this rule though). The green light follows a consultation that took place between November & January. However, only a small number of Freeview Play devices will support these developments: your TV or box needs to support Channel List Management.

  • inhalezany kinga🌻 (@inhalezany) reported

    @TaliaMar i was too broke to afford sky freeview was (and still is) the ****

  • a516digital Mike (ex-a516digital) (@a516digital) reported

    (Existing channels are exempt for this rule though). The green light follows a consultation that took place between November & January. However, only a small number of Freeview Play devices will support these developments: your TV or box needs to support Client List Management.

  • gildy61 Random Jottings of Gildersleeve (@gildy61) reported

    Me who was going to be out no than 10am...almost three hours later. Messing around with the Freeview recorder. Seeing signal strength change every time you retune 😠and sometimes when you don't. It does look as though I need to buy a USB stick to allow any recording.

  • fleming77 Jane Fleming (@fleming77) reported

    The BBC, ITV and Channel 4 have jointly announced plans to integrate the terrestrial television service Freeview operated by Digital UK with Freesat, the satellite television service available without subscription.

  • dianehallifax diane hallifax (@dianehallifax) reported

    @SKYNZ Food Network no more?? What next?? Looks like we are off to get Freeview and will watch rugby at the pub. For years you have reduced your offering and packages and I have put up with it. No more. Goodbye 👋