If you watch Freeview, you could be eligible for a £50 Currys gift card.


If you watch Freeview, you may be entitled to a FREE £50 Currys voucher.

IF YOU WATCH TV ON FREEVIEW and have recently been unable to tune in, you could be entitled to a free £50 Currys voucher to use during the Black Friday sales.

If you’ve been without a Freeview signal at home, you may be owed a £50 Currys voucher.

A massive fire at the Bilsdale transmitter on the North York Moors in early August knocked out Freeview for thousands of people.

The outage impacted up to 500,000 homes in the North East, leaving users without access to popular BBC, ITV, and Channel 4 channels, as well as radio stations that had vanished from the airwaves.

Despite the best efforts of Freeview and Arqiva, which manages the transmitters for Freeview and DAB, approximately 16,000 households are still without signal.

A free £50 voucher is now available to those homeowners.

Thousands of items have been discounted across all departments at Currys, including games consoles, 4K TVs, kitchen gadgets, fridges and dishwashers, Dyson vacuum cleaners, and much more.

“You won’t find it any cheaper.”

Currys promises “full stop” on its Black Friday deals page.

If your house is still without a signal, Freeview should have mailed you instructions on how to get a free voucher.

It’s never been a better time to spend £50 at Currys.

Because, with Black Friday approaching on November 26, high street retailers have already begun slashing prices on a variety of popular items.

Here’s where you’ll find some of the best bargains.

Viewers who are unable to retune their Freeview television services will have their information recorded and contacted by the Arqiva Project Restore Home Support team.

This dedicated team will arrange for additional assistance, which may include aerial work or the installation of FreeSat, a satellite service owned by Freeview.

You must meet the following criteria to be eligible for a call from the Project Restore Home Support team: you cannot watch BBC One, BBC Two, ITV, Channel 4, and Channel 5 (in standard definition) on your main TV set (whether via an aerial or a Smart TV set), you do not own a Sky set-top box, and you do not have Virgin Media TV’s “Brinkwire Summary News.”


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