Digibox conversion

wrinkly

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Hi Everyone.
I have a question which has probably been asked several times before but as a newbie I would like an answer.
Can a Pace Digibox (previously OnDig which I use to receive free to view channels) be converted, adapted, re-programmed or whatever it takes to receive all channels for free.
 

rolfw

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All transmissions in the near future will be free to air anyway Wrinkly and the new channel lineup is due to be launched on the 1st of October.

I would advise that you keep your box plugged in and connected to the aerial, as I'm sure that there will be over the air upgrades to enable the new transmission protocol.
 

Channel Hopper

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All channels are free, and should remain so

What do you think you are missing from the DTT platform ?

Anything that does not come in may be down to a faulty aerial.
 
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