freesatNew research claims that 600,000 homes in the UK have access to satellite dishes which they are not currently using.
The research was commissioned by Harvard International which says satellite refuseniks ‘can join the new generation of satellite TV simply by connecting a Freesat+ box to their existing, yet unused satellite TV dish’.
Harvard International distributes Goodmans and Grundig products both of which have just seen the addition of Freesat+ PVRs to their receiver range.

John Edwards, Harvard International’s Director of Communications said, “We really want to help digitally dormant homes to get connected to the best TV experience possible.
“It’s particularly simple for homes to enable Freesat or Freesat+ if they already have a satellite TV dish connected to their home. Grundig and Goodmans Freesat and Freesat+ set top boxes are available from high street and online retailers including Argos, Comet, Costco, Hughes TV, John Lewis, Maplin, and Tesco from as little as £48.97.
“Just connecting one to an existing satellite TV dish will undoubtedly turn any digitally dormant household into digital devotees.”

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By Expat