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MNers needed to try a Freesat+ box (RRP £226) and share their thoughts on site NOW CLOSED

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AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 29-Aug-13 11:17:19

We've been asked by the team at Freesat to find 15 UK Mumsnetters to try out a Freesat+ box with <free time> and to share their feedback on Mumsnet.

We're looking for folks who are keen to switch from their current TV provider or who want to add this box to another TV in their home. Testers should be in the UK and have at least one child at home.

Here's what they have to say: "Hello. We're freesat. We believe you shouldn't have to pay a monthly subscription to watch and listen to 180 channels of the best comedy, drama, sport, lifestyle, music and news. We offer free HD services from ITV, the BBC and Channel 4; freesat+ to record pause and rewind, BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, 4oD and Demand; and all subscription free."

Freesat launched <freetime> last Autumn which includes a Roll Back TV Guide that allows you to watch programmes you've missed from the previous seven days across 21 channels, a new showcase section providing top TV picks chosen daily by Freesat's reviewers, on-demand services and enhanced recordings.

Freesat is a subscription free service and Freesat+ boxes are available to buy from a range of retailers - RRP from £226.

If you're selected to take part you will be sent a Humax 500GB Freesat+ with <freetime> box worth £226.You will then need to try it and add feedback at least twice to a thread on Mumsnet. You'll be asked to add your first impressions and then to add extra feedback a week or two later to share what you've been watching, recording, pausing and how you and your family are finding Freesat.

There are some technical requirements for this product test:

- You will need a satellite dish to install Freesat. If you already have a satellite dish you'll be asked to install the Freesat box at home. If you do not, a satellite dish will be fitted for you, but you must ensure that you have access and permission (if required)
- You will also need access to the internet to access <freetime>. The minimum speed required is 2mbps, you can test your speed here

If you'd like to take part please add your details here

So long as you add feedback as required you will be able to keep the box after testing is over.

Thanks and good luck,

MNHQ

GobbySadcase Wed 18-Sep-13 13:42:48

It's heeeeere!

Tracking history is hilarious to read.

LaVitaBellissima Wed 18-Sep-13 15:55:04

Have to say I am loving it at the moment smile

pickofthepops Fri 20-Sep-13 12:57:20

Is everyone sorted? Mine also good .. Keen to post some reviews on a feedback thread ASAP

AngelieMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 20-Sep-13 17:25:29

Hi everyone, the feedback thread is now live here so you can start adding your comments smile

HappyMummyOfOne Mon 23-Sep-13 11:15:27

Am all connected grin need to adjust picture as people look a little orange though! Now need to sit down and work out how to use it but impressed it has iplayer and DS will like the recording facility.

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