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USDTV Issues

by adkinsjm / August 23, 2006 3:34 AM PDT

I don't know who here has heard of USDTV, but it is a service that offers a few pay-tv channels such as ESPN, Disney Channel, and TLC over-the-air. They bought unusued digital spectrum for tv companies in 4 cities: Albuquerque, Dallas, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City.

They filed for bankruptcy but are back taking calls, They will not accept new customers or send techs out now.

What are people's opinions of the service? I know it is something akin to Freeview in the UK.

www.usdtv.com

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Freeview in the UK
by djcoty / August 23, 2006 3:38 AM PDT
In reply to: USDTV Issues

For those who don't know:

"FREEVIEW is a free digital TV service offering over 30 TV channels and 20 radio stations for just a one-off payment and no contract. FREEVIEW is received through your normal rooftop aerial."

www.freeview.co.uk

Currently 75% coverage of the UK - 98% by 2008...

I'm guessing that USDTV really screwed up if they can't manage just four channels to four cities Plain

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USDTV Has More
by adkinsjm / August 23, 2006 3:46 AM PDT
In reply to: Freeview in the UK

They have more, not much more though.

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Freeview ariel
by billynry / April 26, 2009 7:09 PM PDT
In reply to: Freeview in the UK

I have had a freeview box for three years, working great,now it is in my bedroom tv only. Howver I have a new Samsung LCD which has freeview built in, the picture is ok, but very much it breaks-up now at times-this is through my original freeview ariel,which as I said above-also feeds my freeview box in bedroom tv( which is ok,no breakup ) I am in a very good reception area)has the freeview signals altered etc, or will I require a digital ariel to sort out the picture breakup in my LCDhd tv
Billynry

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