Freeview partners with Dish TV for new Oz set-top

aerialBox T2100

aerialBox T2100

Freeview has unveiled the aerialBox T2100, the first set-top box (STB) certified for Freeview’s Australian catch-up service FreeviewPlus.

The aerialBox set-top box can be connected to any digital television to access all the FreeviewPlus services and applications.

“We’re delighted to welcome Dish TV as a manufacturing partner,” comments Liz Ross, CEO of Freeview. ”The arrival of the first FreeviewPlus STB is an exciting development for Australian consumers as an affordable way of accessing all of FreviewPlus’s many great new features. FreeviewPlus has been developed so that Australians can benefit from the best free-to-air TV experience in the world, and from today, viewers can enjoy FreeviewPlus via the new aerialBox STB.”

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