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Vouchers for DTV converter boxes now available from the U.S. government
April 10, 2019 – 12:38 am
On Tuesday the initial vouchers for converter boxes that make it easy for owners of analog TVs to look at Digital TV (DTV) became offered by the U.S. government. The vouchers tend to be designed for people who watch throughout the Air (OTA) broadcasts. There's a limit of two vouchers per home. The vouchers are good for up to $40 to the buy of a converter package, which aren't required for anybody watching either cable or satellite tv. The containers are expected to retail for between $50 and $70.
Of readily available vouchers, initial 22 million are available both to U.S. residents who just obtain OTA broadcasts and people who've cable or satellite service, but also get OTA broadcasts on about on analog television in their household. Another 11.5 million tend to be set aside for families where just OTA broadcasts are increasingly being seen. Households with cable or satellite service are restricted to simply one coupon.