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Tv ariel just moved into a new property... tried tuning tv in but still cant get no signal...and same goes for new neighbours. ntl used to broadcast in this area... would there be any possability that it could have been switched off.... if so would you be able to supply a number so we can try and get it sorted.

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Okay most likely your are is in digital conversion area witch your going to need a digital box.. you can get on the goverment rebate/coupon program to take the cost down.

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