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Have you lost Freeview channels? This could be why

Ofcom is auctioning off the signal band used for digital TV services to boost 5G networks. Here's what to do to keep all your favourite Freeview channels.

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Currys PC World says ‘Get your TV for Free’: what’s the catch?

Currys' new promotion could get you a free TV and features deals on 2017 TVs. Find out how you could win and if the TVs on offer are worth your money.

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Rip-off Britain: LG and Samsung TVs cost far more in the UK

LG's new OLED TVs are much more expensive in the UK than they are in other EU countries. Is that the same for Samsung sets and is it worth importing?

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When’s the best time to buy a new TV?

2018's TVs are upon us, but should you buy them straight away or hold? We look at 2017 TVs to see how much you could save, and how long you'll need to wait.

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OLED vs QLED TVs: the best premium sets to buy in 2018

Top-of-the-range TVs in 2018 fall into two camps: OLED or QLED. With different manufacturers championing different displays we look at how they differ.

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Do you really need a 4K TV?

With more content, falling prices and better picture is 2018 the year where 4K TVs become a must have purchase, or is your HD TV good enough?

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Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony reveal TV line-ups for 2018

The range of new technology built into 2018 TVs and a lack of options at certain sizes can tell us a lot about the direction TVs are headed.

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Samsung’s cheapest QLED TV reviewed

We've tested Samsung final QLED TV for 2017 and at £995 it's also the cheapest. Is the QE55Q6F worth it or should you wait and see what 2018 has in store?

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Sound bars more popular than ever – what to expect in 2018

What to expect from sound bars in 2018 from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic

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Is 2018 the end of the line for small TVs?

We look at why manufacturers are releasing less and less 32-inch and smaller TVs and offer alternatives if you don't want a big screen in your living room.

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