For a while stocks of Freesat set top boxes and satellite dishes were running low and this was having a detrimental effect on sales and consumer confidence.
However, according to the free-to-view broadcaster, stocks of set top boxes are now fully available in both standard and high definition versions.
The satellite broadcaster launched during May last year, but has been plagued with stock problems and in particular the HD set top boxes were in short supply.
According to the Freesat manager of marketing, James Atkins, there was a problem with stock management, but this was simply down to the firm under estimating how popular the platform would be in both standard and high definition.
Freesat has been working on improving the supply of set top boxes and is now in the position where stock issues should be a thing of the past.