Freesat is perfect for those who want access to a whole array of digital TV channels without being locked in a subscription-based service. With over 140 TV and radio channels, there’s always going to be something on the box for you to watch.
To get Freesat up and running you will need a Freesat digital box and a satellite dish. There's a one-off payment for the digital box itself, plus you may also have to pay for the installation of the satellite dish, unless you decide to install it yourself. Great news if your home already has a satellite dish (if you've previously had Sky, for example) then you may be able to use this as well and avoid installation costs.
With a Freesat set top box, you can also pause and record live TV. This way you can decide what you want to watch and when. Freesat is the option to go for if you don't want to be tied down in lengthy contracts and don't want to spend money on channels that you may not necessarily watch.