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Panasonic TXP42G10B Plasma - 5 yr warranty - £699 with trade in (in store only) @ cramptonandmoore
Panasonic TXP42G10B Plasma - 5 yr warranty - £699 with trade in (in store only) @ cramptonandmoore

Panasonic TXP42G10B Plasma - 5 yr warranty - £699 with trade in (in store only) @ cramptonandmoore

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Along the lines of the 46G10B deal posted earlier

Full-HD NeoPDP Models with freesat built-in, Superb Moving Picture Quality and Advanced Networking Capabilities

freesat is a digital satellite service that offers free HD (High-definition) TV programmes. With the G10 series, you can enjoy sharp pictures, vivid colours, multi-channel sound, and various services with the interactive contents.

This set has the latest technology called Freesat HD built in which allows you to recieve digtial channles with no subscription fees or additional equipment.

freesat is a new digital satellite service that offers free HD (High-definition) TV programmes. With G10 series with freesat built-in, You can enjoy sharp pictures, vivid colours, multi-channel sound, and various services with the interactive contents.

This means that you can watch ITV HD as well as BBC HD free of charge as well as other great digital channles such as E4, Film 4, ITV 2 and 4, BBC 3 and 4, BBC NEWS, CBBC, Cbeebies, Bubble Hits, True Movies 1 + 2 and EuroNews.

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freesat is a new digital satellite service that offers free HD … freesat is a new digital satellite service that offers free HD (High-definition) TV programmes.



Is it? I've been using freesat for years and I don't have HD, an HD telly or even an LCD or plasma telly.
;-)

this is £549 in comet

Great price will panasonic shops price match ?

REXISMYDOG;7067000

this is £549 in comet



Nope - you were probably looking the X or S 10.

REXISMYDOG;7067000

this is £549 in comet



Ill have a pint of what your drinking £549 ???????????

JayDubya;7066909

Is it? I've been using freesat for years and I don't have HD, an HD telly … Is it? I've been using freesat for years and I don't have HD, an HD telly or even an LCD or plasma telly. ;-)


Suspect you are confusing freeSAT (1yr old satellite based with BBC/ITV HD available) and freeVIEW (a decade old, all digital terrestial based SD until this month when first HD arrives with new decoder hardware required).
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