When living in the UK, a Freeview TV aerial is really nice to have! Thanks to the Freeview antennas from One For All you are able to watch over one hundred TV channels. Also, there is no subscription needed or any monthly obligations to use watch and listen to Freeview—so, it is all for free. If you already own a television that includes Freeview, the only thing you have to do is connect it to the aerial. All One For All TV antennas are capable of receiving Freeview, but there are some differences in the signal strength. If you wish to receive the best reception as possible, you should consider buying one of our high-performance DVB-T2 aerials. These aerials are optimised for full-HD reception and create the best possible signal strength. All of these Freeview TV aerials and more can be found at the One For All website. Thanks to the cutting-edge technology of our products, you are able to create the best television-viewing-experience as possible.
One For All strives to create user-friendly products that will give you and your family ultimate control of your home entertainment system. Our television aerials for Freeview are the perfect example. When you own a TV antenna from One For All, you do not only possess a TV aerial which is made with cutting-edge technology, you also own an aerial with a smart and stylish design—a true addition to your interior or exterior. Depending on how far away you live from a broadcasting tower, you can choose a indoor or outdoor Freeview TV aerial. You can also choose between amplified or non-amplified aerials. We know that there are many choices, but it is important that you choose correctly. Only with a fitting TV aerial, you can be sure that you have the best reception as possible. Please feel free to use our Aerial Wizard to find the right antenna.
Choosing the best TV aerial for Freeview
As mentioned above, there are a few different Freeview TV aerials you can choose. One For All offers indoor TV aerials and outdoor TV aerials. Both of these antennas have different characteristics and are best suited for different locations. The TV antenna that best fits your needs depends mainly on how far away your house is located from the nearest broadcasting tower. There are a few guidelines you can follow when choosing the best Freeview aerial.
So, a Freeview indoor TV aerial is best suited for you when you live 15 miles or less away from the nearest broadcasting tower. If your house is located 15 miles or further away from the tower, you should choose an outdoor Freeview aerial. If you have trouble deciding which antenna is best suited for you, please feel free to contact us. You can contact us by using our online form. You will get a response within 2 working days. At our FAQ page you can also find the answers to the most asked questions.
Reception of our Freeview TV aerials
At One For All we offer a few different antennas with varying reception ranges. As just mentioned, the indoor aerials are perfect for you, when you live close by a broadcasting tower—these aerials have a smaller reception range. When you live far away from the tower, you should probably choose a outdoor aerial since these have the largest reception range. In short, all of the One For All indoor TV antennas have varying ranges between 3 up to 15 miles away from the nearest transmitting tower. All of our outdoor TV antennas give you the best possible reception between 15 and 30 miles from the transmitting tower.
Next to the choice between a indoor or outdoor Freeview aerial, you can also choose if you would like to buy an non-amplified or amplified TV aerial. Amplified TV antennas are best suited for you if you live in a crowded area with many people. An amplified TV antenna basically improves the signal range of the antenna. So, an amplified Freeview TV aerial can make the difference between receiving all Freeview channels with great quality, or receiving some of the channels with a lesser picture quality. Since amplified TV antennas are advised if you live in a crowded or mountainous area, you can still get a non-amplified antenna if you live in a quiet city or in a ‘flat’ area. Make sure that you take all of these factors into account when choosing a Freeview TV aerial from One For All.
Characteristics of an Freeview antenna from One For All
When you buy a Freeview TV aerial from One For All, you are not only guaranteed of free Freeview television, there are also some other benefits. All of our digital Freeview aerials have a unique design and are really easy to install. Also, thanks to the innovative technologies that we use, we strive to give you the best signal reception as possible. Some of these innovative technologies can be found in the image quality and block-filters that our antennas obtain. All of our Freeview TV antennas are HD-ready and some of them even support full HD and 4K Ultra HD television. Also, thanks to their 3G/4G/LTE block-filters, all mobile phone signals are shielded so that they cannot interfere with the television signal. These are just some of the unique features that make that our Freeview aerials differentiate themselves from other aerials. With a Freeview TV aerial from One For All you are able to create the best-television-viewing-experience as possible—now and in the future.
Choose your new Freeview aerial now at the One For All website
Did you find a Freeview aerial that best fits your home and your needs? Then the only thing left for you to do is to complete the ordering process. When choosing a Freeview aerial, you will be redirected to one of our retailers’ websites—here you can follow the ordering steps accordingly. There you can easily purchase the Freeview aerial so that you can enjoy free television at home!
If you have any trouble with the ordering process, please contact us directly. You can also contact us if you have any more questions about Freeview, our antennas or amplifiers. Just use our online form on the website. You can also take a look at our FAQ page to find the answer that you are looking for. Do you want to read more about our Freeview aerials immediately? You can read all about Freeview in our latest blogpost.