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November 27, 2009

Digital switchover complete in North Wales

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by David Allen

Another part of the UK has completed the digital switchover, with households across north east Wales now having access to digital TV or, to look at it another way, no access to analogue TV at all.

Engineers worked though the night to complete the work on the Moel y Parc transmitter group.

Those viewers that already had Freeview or BT Vision will have to retune once more in order for all of the changes to take place on the set top boxes.

According to Digital UK, all of the technical work leading up to the switchover went off without hitch.

People have apparently responded very well to the switchover and that is how it should be, after all there has been a long enough run up to the event.

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