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  Reply # 300229 18-Feb-2010 21:08
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wellygary: I am told there are murmurings on that exact topic and wheels are in motion,albeit slowly, it is all a question of $$$



Yes always money but the government is set to make good money when its sells freed up spectrum when analogue turned off. 

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  Reply # 300378 19-Feb-2010 13:43
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Tiger1970: A friend was telling me lastnight that if i can receive prime via uhf aerial analogue it is most likely i can receive Freeview HD
is this true?


By far the easiest option for you is to borrow someones Freeview decoder and simply plug it in. This way you will know that it will receive freeview before you have to hand over any cash.  




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  Reply # 300693 21-Feb-2010 13:38
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farcus: hmmmmm . . . . Prime UHF is availabel in quite a few areas where FreeviewHD is not available.
Nelson, Timaru & Invercargill in the South Island for example.

Indeed. After a quick check, I see 20 sites that broadcase Prime and not Freeview. I also saw one with Freeview and no Prime.

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