Hi, Whats the betting they will be advertising their Sky service at every point possible? I did look at the channels on there, and you do get all the BBC and ITV stuff, but the rest is just radio and fringe/shopping channels. If you can get Freeview it is a much better bang for your buck imho. Andrew. ________________________________ From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of George Bell Sent: 19 January 2006 23:42 To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [access-uk] Sky TV Freesat Have any of you signed up for Sky's Freesat? For a one of flat fee of £150, you get a satellite dish and all the necessary, installed. They claim access to around 120 TV channels and a lot more. And in their words:- Freesat from Sky gives access to a choice of some fantastic TV and radio programmes on offer in the UK in crystal clear digital quality. Whether it's keeping your kids entertained or simply entertaining yourself, you'll know where to find great entertainment whenever you need it. Catch all your favourites from BBC1, BBC2, ITV, Channel4 and five, plus great extra channels such as BBC3, BBC4, CNN, Travel Channel and loads more. And with interactive services including email, SMS text service, betting and online shopping, you can do more than just watch. More details at:- http://www.freesatfromsky.co.uk/ George.