From the Consumer Action Group Millions will have to pay to get Freeview TV Remember how they claimed Freeview would be interference free AND free? Now it's going to cost you £200 to fix it New 4G mobile phone network will leave people facing £200 bills to cut out interference More than 2 million Freeview customers face bills of up to £212 more than the cost of a years subscription to cable television in order to pay for interference with signals caused by the 4G mobile network. Freeview and the BBC last night told The Independent of their anger at the Governments apparent determination to dump the costs of installing signal filter equipment on householders rather than the mobile phone companies which will enjoy huge financial benefit from the introduction of 4G next year. Estimates suggest that between 2.3m and 3m households within 2km of 4G transmitters - face interference with their television pictures, with some losing their signals entirely. . .