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Licences for Holidays TV, Rabbit, Gay Rabbit and 1-2-1 Dating were removed from Ofcom's licence database this week signalling their demise.
Currently all four services are still listed on Freeview's programme guide, but are inactive.
It is closely linked to the PAL broadcast system used in Europe.
Other teletext systems have been developed to work with the SECAM and NTSC systems, but teletext failed to gain widespread acceptance in North America and other areas where NTSC is used.
It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced.
Ceefax, the first public teletext service, was launched in 1974 and was used for sports results, weather information, subtitles and programme guides until it was stopped almost 40 years later as analogue television gave way to digital.
A number of long-running text services have closed on Freeview, including holiday teletext service Holidays TV.
In contrast, teletext is nearly ubiquitous across Europe as well as some other regions, with most major broadcasters providing a teletext service.
Common teletext services include TV schedules, regularly updated current affairs and sport news, simple games (such as quizzes) and subtitles (or closed captioning).
It offers a range of text-based information, typically including news, weather and TV schedules.