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How ae you getting on with digital switch over?


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We in the South East area are due to be done during April. I have heard that some folk where help was requested have been seen to.

As I posted off my application months ago and had no response I thought an Email enquiry would not be amiss. So I did. and had response that I would be telephoned within a couple of days. This afternoon when I got home Digital Switchover had telephoned. The guy having taken all my details said no application had been received, but no problem we will do it over the phone now-. So I dug out my flexifriend- paid over my £27 and lo the men are coming to fix me up on Monday 5th March. So it pay to check. don't it.

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ton, the BBC, who are running the help service, don't seem to think that.

Some people may get it free, but most are paying £40 for the basic box and aerial and there are other options that cost far more. You only get service to one tv per eligible person. Even so it is cheaper than 'from the shop down the road' http://www.helpscheme.co.uk/en/helpscheme

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