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Digtial TV ChannelsFed up with the same old channels and services? Want to make the most of your shiny new HD Television? Well, you've come to the right place to 'Top Up your TV' with all the best channels and interactive services!

Here at TV Top Up, we'll tell you about all the new and existing free-to-air, pay as you go, and subscription based digital television services to ensure you make the most of your viewing opportunities and top up your TV to the max with amazing high definition channels and the latest interactive services.

If you don't already have a digital TV service then don't forget that you'll need to have one in place for when the old analogue broadcasts are switched off.

So, from the likes of Sky TV to the all new freesat, we hope you'll find something to suit your needs and budget.

Sky Digital TV PDF Print E-mail
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Sky Digital TV - Sky Television
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Tuesday, 20 January 2009 21:53

Sky Digital TVSky Digital is the market leading digital TV provider in the UK. 

There are a number of different television subscription options available with Sky Digital as well as some great two and three play package deals, where a telephone and/or broadband connection are taken alongside the TV service.

With Sky HD you can enjoy your favourite TV shows in high definition. Whether you’re into drama or documentaries, arts or reality TV, movies or sports, with the widest range of HD channels in the UK, the TV you love is now in stunning high definition. 

Plus, Sky 3D brings TV bursting into your living room. Watch live sports as if you're actually there, become a part of the action with blockbuster movies and immerse yourself in stunning entertainment. If you like 3D cinema, you'll love Sky 3D. 

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Wednesday, 21 January 2009 10:21

What is freesat?

freesat TVfreesat is here! As things stand, freesat should be available to around 98% of the UK population, but what is it? Well, it is a free to air broadcasting service that arrives in your home via satellite - think Sky but without a monthly subscription payment or think Freeview with a satellite dish rather than a TV aerial. Of course the main benefit of using satellite as a transmission medium is that it can be picked up in more geographical areas and you should always get a good picture which is not the case with Freeview if you're too far from a transmitter or live in a dip.

There are currently around 140 digital TV and radio channels being broadcast via freesat including ITV and BBC HD channels. You also get lightning fast digital text, enhanced interactive services, digital subtitles and audio descriptions.

How do I get freesat?

Getting access to this fantastic new service couldn't be easier.

  1. You'll need a satellite dish. If you have had or currently have a Sky service, you'll be able to carry on using this dish to receive freesat. Otherwise, you should be able to get a dish installed for around £80. You can buy a nationwide installation from Argos, here.
  2. A freesat receiver. This can be in the form of a standalone freesat box or a television with an integrated freesat receiveer built-in, like these Panasonic models.

There is also another clever way to have a satellite dish installed! You can purchase Sky Pay Once for £75 which will give you a Sky minidish, Sky Box (which you could eBay if not required!) and 4 months of Free Sky channels (200 in all). Click here to find out more.



This is a taste of the channels available. Just click on the links on the left for the full list of channels in each category.

Last Updated on Saturday, 31 January 2009 12:19
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