Back
Register for SMS Alerts
or enter your details manually below...
First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
Hometown:
Birthday:
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.
Existing users
Email
Password
Sorry, we couldn't find those details.
Enter Email
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.

Problems in GO TV reception

GO informs its TV customers that during the night between Tuesday 3rd and Wednesday 4th July it will be performing a technical work-around as part of its ongoing drive to minimize the negative effects of high levels of radio frequency (RF) interference received from Italy.

2 July 2012, 12:00am
This interference, caused by the TV switch-over process currently in progress in the south of Sicily, has negatively impacted a number of TV channels in certain areas, in some cases leading to loss of some TV channels.

 GO wishes to advise those TV customers using a Set Top Box (STB), who are still experiencing problems on July 4th, to scroll through the channels to trigger another automatic retune of the STB. Customers using a CAM will need to follow their TV set instructions to perform a further retune on their TV sets in order to refresh the channel list. This operation will help to normalize many - but not necessarily all - of the affected channels

 GO is still working closely with the Malta Communications Authority and international authorities to find a permanent solution for those TV channels that are still experiencing interference.

 

avatar
charles philip zammit
i would have though that go would put forward a more simplistic explanation and in maltese apart from english. moreover there is nowhere that a client can contact customer care for a temporary solution to this problem.
Deals
Latest Business News
Business Comment 10:45
As Donald Trump is sworn into office as the 45th President of the United States, both his toughest critics and strongest supporters need to ...
Technology 08:02
Samsung has blamed faulty batteries for the fires that hit its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device last year, forcing the company to rec...
Business News 07:15
The Central Bank warns that the beneficial economic impact of the pension reform will fizzle out in 10 years’ time, and that the gover...
Business News 21-01
‘Malta’s banking sector continue to be sound and remains resilient despite these developments which are exclusively specific to ...
Business News 20-01
MFSA says it will ask European Central Bank to withdraw banking licence to online-only bank Nemea, leaving depositors unable to withdraw mon...
follow us on facebook