Am I in a coverage area?

The sort answer is yes! but the real answer depends on what you can get in your area. 

Freeview can be received via two different methods, one is via Satellite using a satellite dish and the other is through Terrestrial which you can receive using an UHF aerial. 

Most homes now have either a Satellite Dish or UHF aerial, the best way is to check whats on your roof, if you have one of these then you are most likely in an area that can receive Freeview. 

You can check out more details in section two on our website here

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Graham Syder replied to Graham Syder's discussion is there UHF in Puponga?
"Excellent feedback guys, I'm off over there for the weekend. I don't have a mast to…"
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Satellite Networks Motueka replied to Graham Syder's discussion is there UHF in Puponga?
"Willis is right and you dont need a high gain antennae.The coverage map is so flawed. There is no…"
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Biggles replied to Graham Syder's discussion is there UHF in Puponga?
"Well it does according to it's coverage map. East side of Arapawa Is shows good reception…"
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willis replied to Graham Syder's discussion is there UHF in Puponga?
"signal probably Mt Campbell as kaukau doesn't go west"
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