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Master Geek


# 138684 13-Jan-2014 14:38

Prime’s service on the Freeview transponder which was advising Free-To-Air customers to re-tune to the SKY Prime FTA services will be turned off at 09:00 Thursday 16th January 2014.



On Tuesday 14th January at 11:00 the Prime content on the Freeview transponder will be removed and a static message will remain indicating viewers to re-tune.

On Thursday 16th January at 09:00 the Prime service on Freeview CH10 will cease and be removed from viewing.

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  # 966225 13-Jan-2014 14:57
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I scanned thru the channels last nite and noticed it was still there. Thought it was supposed to have gone back in November..




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  # 966266 13-Jan-2014 15:47

It was re-instated with days of it being pulled in October due to the high number of Freeview receivers that did not cope with the change, time has now run out.

This channel slot will be replaced with Sommet Sports, however no date has been set as yet.

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