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TV 360 Connection

Does TV 360 will need a COAX connection or it can work on wifi ?

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Hi heena160,

All VM boxes, including the 360 need a coaxial cable for the live TV to work.

The apps and on demand will work via wifi

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Thanks Dave to clarify. I wish they simply worked on wifi rather than moving cables into house if one needs to move television to different location 😞
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Hi again heena160,

I agree it would be better if you didn't need a coaxial connection then you could move them anywhere in the house.

It's possible that in the future VM may start to use a wireless solution such as they do in other countries  like the one they introduced in Poland. 

I guess we can only dream.

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Virgin Media is a cable TV/broadband operator, and the co-ax is the cable.

That may sound flippant, but that's the crux of the issue. OnDemand, streaming & EPG (TV Guide updates) use the internet which is where the choice of WiFi or Ethernet comes in.

Sky is a satellite operator so doesn't have the reliance on co-ax that Virgin does.

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