Found 19th Aug 2016
Have just had fibre internet installed and was wondering if I wanted cable tv does that have to be installed separately?

I don't currently have a cable line coming into the property.

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Cable TV and fiber broadband Internet are two different things, who has provided the broadband?

If it is Virgin Media no need for separate line as both broadband and TV run from the same line.

If it is Virgin Media no need for separate line as both broadband and TV run from the same line.

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Plusnet has provided the fiber broadband.

Aren't Virgin the only supplier of cable TV ?

Your options are Virgin for cable, sky for satellite TV, or bt who use a mixture of TV through your aerial, and through your broadband connection. Or freeview through an aerial

sparxuk

Your options are Virgin for cable, sky for satellite TV,



And also Freesat

sparxuk

or bt who use a mixture of TV through your aerial, and through your … or bt who use a mixture of TV through your aerial, and through your broadband connection. Or freeview through an aerial



or

EE, Plusnet and TalkTalk (latter not recommanded).



Edited by: "OBH6UK" 19th Aug 2016

have you checked out Plusnet's tv packages? or maybe Now TV or Amazon Prime depending on which channels or movie package you want
Edited by: "mikey_d" 19th Aug 2016
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