As tempting as these cheap "£30" freeview boxes are I really recommend you go for a better known brand you can trust. Mine was a mere £35 from Tesco and I've managed 2 episodes of scrubs, a bit of sky sports news and "The Smoking Room" before the damn thing stopped on me.
Seriously, it may seem like little difference between the £30 and £60 model but believe you me quality is everything when it comes to digital TV.
> All Freeview boxes receive all freeview channels...
But it's probably worth noting that the number/quality of channels is down to the signal strength in your area. We had to buy a new beast of a TV aerial to receive all of the channels.
All Freeview boxes receive all freeview channels... but there are some that cannot accept the top up TV card... but to be honest TOP UP TV is a flop and you can get some by simply ordering per night.
BBC News 24
Sky Sports News
UKTV Bright Ideas
Men and Motors
Price Drop TV
Top Up TV:
Discovery Real Time
Cartoon Network (Kids)
Television X (additional fee)
Red Hot (additional fee)
Disney and BSkyB planning their own channel.
To clear something up, is ITV 3 available for Freeview without buying a "Top-Up tv" package ? (in the same way E4 became available)