viewers are being warned they may need to retune their TV equipment to continue watching programmes.
"When I've rung up Freeview
to ask them what to do to restore the channels I had, they just keep telling me to re-tune and I'll get what I get.
TV platform Freeview
has announced its mobile app will launch on the Apple App Store next week, enabling users to stream live TV for free.
viewers in parts of Wales may soon need to retune their TV equipment to continue watching some programmes.
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viewers on Merseyside will need to re-tune their TV sets if they want to continue to watch their favourite programmes from next month.
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Because 4G signals - at 800 MHZ - sit next to the frequencies used by Freeview
television, they can overload the receivers in TVs and set-top boxes, causing interference.
The channel is available with immediate effect on Freeview
channel 244 in the International genre, desktop, EETV and via the VisionTV UK app.
However, there is a small chance that some 4G mobile signals transmitted at 800 MHZ will cause interference to Freeview
TV, which is received via an aerial.
A RHONDDA community is being warned their Freeview
television signals might stop working when 4G services go live in the area soon.