I’m due to have bt tv/ broadband/ landline fitted in July.
There’s an aerial on my roof at the moment (in good nick. Only fitted a few months ago) but it only feeds the bedrooms upstairs in my house. Didn’t bother fitting wires down through the house to the lounge, as the tv There uses freesat.
When the engineer comes. Is it part of his job to connect coaxial to the aerial > run it down the side of the house> drill into house... etc?Or is it already expected that there’ll be a coaxial socket in the house?
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It's expected that you already have an aerial connection. If you need one, you can book an installation at point of sale for an additional charge.