Purchase of Boxer TV-approved CA module and Boxer card:
If you have a Boxer-approved TV with MPEG4 DVB-T tuner, instead of a Digital Box you can use a Boxer-approved CAM as a transitional link between the TV's Common Interface socket (CI) and a Boxer programme card.
Of course, you can simply choose to buy a Boxer CA module instead of a digital box along with a Boxer subscription, and thus get the CA module at a reduced price. However, this only applies for Boxer's basic packages which are Mini, Mix, Flex8 and Max.
NOTE: However, only 1 receiver box or one CA module per main subscription is subsidised, not purchases of additional cards, as they have become so cheap.
NOTE: If you want to receive the Boxer HD channels, among others, TV2 HD, it requires a new type of CA modules of the type CI+ (can be bought here), which is made to decode DVB-T2 signals. However, it is important to emphasise that you can NOT just take one of the new DVB-T CI+ CA modules and connect a TV only equipped with a standard MPEG4 DVB-T tuner and normal CA input, as the tuner in the TV must, of course, also be of the DVB-T2 type to receive Boxer HD channels, i.e.
• TV or receiver with MPEG4 DVB-T CI = Boxer CI module (DR channels, TV2 SD and Boxer SD)
• TV receiver with MPEG4 DVB-T2 = Boxer CI+ module (DR channels, TV2 SD/HD and Boxer SD/HD)