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Using Sky box & dish as TV aerial??

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by N11K_DJ, Aug 25, 2005.

  1. N11K_DJ

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    Hi, Apologies if the answer to my question is very simple bit i've never had sky installed and know very little about it!

    I've just moved to a new house and there is a newish looking sky dish on the side, the reception from the roof mounted aerial is poor so i'm wondering if i can use the sky dish to recieve my TV signal? ie not subscribing or recieving any sky package, just terrestial TV (& Freeview).

    I've got hold of a black pace skydigibox but it doesnt have a card.

    Any help is much appreciated!

    Nick
     
  2. Douzeper

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    You can ring them and ask for a card that only gives you the free channels.

    make sure you have a TV licence:)
     
  3. GGTVBD

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    Nick,

    A card from www.freesatfromsky.com will give you loads, including the usual terrestrial channels.

    A. Dork
     
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    A Freesat card will cost you £20 BTW.
     

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