TV threatened by 4G launch
Thousands of households in the West face television interference from new mobile networks, with remote areas at risk of losing pictures altogether. Two million homes nationally are likely to need filters installed to make sure their favourite programmes are not ruined by the launch of 4G services next year.
The Government has set aside £180 million to help homes that suffer from flickering screens or a loss of channels because of their close proximity to masts.
But in the House of Lords last week, one peer said she was "not a complete idiot" but had to pay a BT engineer £130 to fit a filter to ease the problem. The worst affected areas, likely to be in rural parts of the country, will need to be transferred to other technology, such as satellite and cable.
The new 4G networks will allow home broadband speeds to be delivered to mobile phones
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