My bet is that they won't put it on in attempt to move people across to digital.
What gets me is that they start with digital signals and send them down to analog users anyway - often see the typical digital 'blocking' on analog channels which is a bit of a giveaway isn't it ?
Which reminds me - how does the analog switch off affect cable users ? NTL (et al) could just carry on doing what they do now and convert digital to analog and push it down the pipe...
Oh yeah, if they did that I wouldn't have to upgrade and pay more. At the mo don't have phone line with NTL as when it was installed (eons ago, still have a Jerrold box !) it was not a requirement as it is now.
Their three for 30 not the great deal it looks - and an outage takes you off the air in every way... hopefully they will try to compete better now that Sky is getting in on the act. but with the debt NTL carries....
They did make some changes a week or two ago but no real loss. Bravo and summat else IIRC.
But Film Four being touted as now free - which to my mind makes it part of the terrestial free bunch type of channel.
may give them a ring but no real point I suppose. theie website 'breakdown' of the channels on Analog has just been changed to give information only suitable for selecting the maximum package.