The ministry's aim is to "increase the current 151m euros" allocated by the 2019 budget law with a request for new funding for the expansion of beneficiary scope.
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Starting in December, new offerings for decoders and smart TVs capable of supporting DVBT2 technology (a breakthrough compared to the current DVBT1 technology) Inter-Ministerial Decree Miss-Mef which will enable delivery.
The ministry's aim is to "increase the current 151m euros" allocated by the 2019 budget law with a request for new funding for the measure to expand the range of beneficiaries. Based on the funding already provided, the voucher is 50 euros.
The acceleration of the bonus for buying new-generation decoders and televisions is not accidental, but is related to the need to keep up with the evolution of the television system. The 2019 budget law really stipulates that the "old" digital land-based government will officially retire July 1, 2022, paving the way for the new DVB-T2 digital technology. This is a necessary step for frequency transfer for the 5G mobile phone service.
Specifically, from 2019 to 2022, the last maneuver predicted a contribution of 100 million euros for families who will need to change the TV or adjust it with a separate decoder and fall into the category of users (2 million) already exempt from paying the fee. For this income bracket, the unit contribution will be 50 euros.
The transition of the broadcasting system to the new DVB-T2 technology will be accompanied by a series of initiatives that have made the point TV Table 4.0 that representatives of relevant authorities, operators and trade associations met on 7 November in Mis.