Free advice on how to receive UK TV

DO you have unstable or intermittent TV? Have you lost your satellite signal after the recent arrival of Astra 2E?

If you are still unsure about which system is best for you after the recent satellite changes so that you can still receive British TV, then contact UKTV Spain now for the best possible advice.

They say: “Astra 2E is here to stay and has an expected lifespan of 15 years minimum. This satellite is your best option and will guarantee your future viewing for all your favourite Freesat and Sky channels.

You would require a minimum of a 1.45 metre dish but may need a 1.9 metre or 2.4 metre depending on the area where you live.”

UK TV Spain has experience and has built extensive coverage since Astra 2E’s arrival and can inform customers of the dish size required with just a phone call or email.

The Freesat and Sky channels are only officially distributed through the fleet of satellites located at 28.2º East, which are Astra 2A, Astra 2E, Astra 2F and Eutelsat 28A. All Freesat channels are of course free to view. There are other satellites which hold a few of the main free UK TV channels but these are not distributed for public use; these systems are offered without guarantee and with encryption codes which need updating on a regular basis.

“We believe your best option would be official signals received direct from satellite, which are the same signals as those received in the UK. These are available through the Astra 28.2º East fleet and are guaranteed to stay free to view and will not alter in strength in the future.”

UKTV Spain has more than 13 years’ experience in Spain, specialising in large dish installations from 1.45 metre to 3.1 metre and with five years’ experience offering various Internet TV packages so they are sure to find the right system to suit your requirements and budget.

Call now for free advice.

UKTV Spain

Tel: 965 888 835 or 689 205 137

Email: [email protected]

Visit: www.uktvspain.com 

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