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November 18, 2009

Freesat starts new marketing campaign

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by David Allen

The free to view satellite service, Freesat, has launched its latest marketing campaign, which will focus on the how the use of Freesat+ and Freesat+ HD can change the lives of people.

Viewers will be show how to pause and restart, and record and rewind live TV.

To make it even better, all of this could be in high definition too and not the glimpse of a subscription payment is anywhere to be seen.

Freesat has a lot going for it at the moment, with HD channels for free and the benefit of the BBC’s iPlayer being added at a later date.

For viewers, Freesat is fast becoming a real alternative to Freeview and Sky TV.

During the last major marketing campaign, which took place over the Easter period, Freesat experienced a fifty per cent increase in sales.

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