Freeview

Freeview Outage in Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, 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 Rowlands Castle, England

Freeview Outage Chart in Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, England 11/26/2020 10:00

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Most Reported Problems:

  • TV 89.36% TV
  • Total Blackout 6.84% Total Blackout
  • E-mail 1.22% E-mail
  • Internet 1.22% Internet
  • Phone .76% Phone
  • Wi-fi .61% Wi-fi

Freeview Outage Map Near Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Fareham, Gosport, Waterlooville, Lee-on-the-Solent, Portsmouth, Havant, Midhurst, Petersfield, Ryde and Rowlands Castle.

United KingdomFareham TV
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United KingdomWaterlooville TV
United KingdomLee-on-the-Solent TV
United KingdomPortsmouth TV
United KingdomWaterlooville Total Blackout

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Freeview Issues Reports Near Rowlands Castle, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Rowlands Castle and nearby locations:
  • RoboJ1M RoboJ1M (@RoboJ1M) reported from Portsmouth, England

    @Sonic_Sinclair @bbcmicrobot Technically it is, there's support for it in DVB. There's several channels on DVB satellite that uses it, not sure there's any on freeview. Certainly all the original services shutdown or moved to MHEG. The BBC mheg service was incredible but that's shutdown now too 🙁

Freeview Issues Reports

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

    @CRobertsonUK I only have freeview, and they have dozens of channels, all of the same and all of them crap or repeated crap. Never any decent films or a solid drama you can get stuck into. There seemed to be more choice and more good stuff back when we had just 3 or 4 channels.

  • ksmw001 Keren (@ksmw001) reported

    @virginmedia Still no joy. Think ill have to consider getting freeview as you are impossible to get hold off. Terrible customer service.

  • 4Viewers 4Viewers (@4Viewers) reported

    @Vanderpere What exact issues are you experiencing with #All4 and Channel 4? Are you watching Channel 4 through Freeview, Virgin or Sky? Also can you let us know what device you are using to access #All4?

  • 4Viewers 4Viewers (@4Viewers) reported

    @thebush75 How do you get your signal on your TV? Is it via Virgin Media, Freeview, Sky etc #All4

  • ht4ecosocialism HT4Ecosocialism #Antifa #MMT #GreenNewDeal🌹 (@ht4ecosocialism) reported

    The left needs a Freeview channel. Can the unions help set one up? 🤔 @unisontheunion @unitetheunion

  • m1kks 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Micheil McBotnot🇪🇺 (@m1kks) reported

    @DavyStreams I have been dancing around getting it for a while but never bought it due to that. Its ****. Got stung with too many freeview boxes that worked for a couple of months.

  • 1800freddie Freddie (@1800freddie) reported

    @Film4 not working in Central Scotland on Freeview. Again.

  • rnossej R Y A N (@rnossej) reported

    Two things I’ve noticed today, Freeview and the local news are ******* depressing. Both completely ****.

  • johngunn2 johngunn (@johngunn2) reported

    @Dawsvader @williamsk67 @BBC Licence is to allow you to recieve broadcasting signal. Fee not only covers BBC TV but also goes towards radio, C4, S4C, freeview, freesat and the continued roll out of broadband in the UK. We’re not the only country who have a form of licence neither.

  • LonelyGoomba LonelyGoomba (@LonelyGoomba) reported

    @GeorgeyTheApe @BillyWi26569940 @BBCNews Well you could just not watch live tv. And thus don’t pay. Can pretty much get most Freeview channels on demand via their apps. Throw in a streaming service or two and you got yourself a pretty good TV set up