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ANFR offers subsidy in more areas due to poor DTT reception

Thursday 15 May 2014 | 11:52 CET | News
French national frequencies agency ANFR is now offering a subsidy of up to EUR 250 per household in La Baule/Saint-Nazaire, Calais and Rochefort to help them receive DTT. These areas are particularly affected by variations in signal transmission and poor service quality, notably during sudden changes in weather conditions. The money can be used to adapt their existing antenna or to change to another TV distribution method.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: ANFR
Countries: France
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