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Change for many viewers: Now these transmitter shutdowns and frequency changes need to be taken into account

Changes to the TV offer: these are the changes to the Vodafone network

Numerous viewers currently have to consider a major change. In the Vodafone cable network, frequencies were changed and a transmitter turned off.

Viewers on the Vodafone cable network need to be aware of some changes. As reported by “Digitalfernsehen.de”, the Motorvision.tv channel was removed from service in early April. The reason for this is apparently the switch to pay-TV offering, which was completed last year.

The MTV Hits channel is also no longer available to Vodafone customers since mid-March. Arte’s SD offer has also not been available since the end of March. In all likelihood, this is due to the broadcaster’s plans to stop satellite broadcasting in SD from 2023.

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TV in the Vodafone cable network: Viewers need to be aware of frequency variations

Viewers on the Vodafone cable network need to be aware of some changes.
Viewers on the Vodafone cable network need to be aware of some changes.

Photo: Monika Skolimowska / dpa

Another change in the Vodafone cable network concerns the Sky One transmitter. While viewers needn’t fear being turned off here, a change in frequency needs to be taken into account. Since March the station has been on channel S37 in the Germany area and on the D162 in the former Unitymedia area.

Also interesting for many viewers: in the future you will see various advertisements in different regions of Germany on the private broadcasters ProSieben and Sat.1. What’s behind it, we summarize for you here.

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