In November, the process of migrating from Digital Terrestrial Television started, with a change of frequency in Odivelas, the parishes of Lumiar, Carnide and Santa Clara in Lisbon, as well as Encosta do Sol, in Amadora, a set of locations that were part of the test. -pilot. Last Friday, February 7, the phase of the national change of the network of emitters in Sines began. And today, changes begin in the Algarve, according to ANACOM's calendar.
For today, February 10, Faro and So Miguel are the cities in Region 1 that will undergo changes. Every day, until the end of the month, the emitters of the entire Algarve region will be changed, and tomorrow, the 12th, it will be Tavira, Loul the 13th, Picota the 14th, Alcoutim and Cerro da Guia on the 17th. the expected dates of changes in the Algarve.
As in the previous amendments, ANACOM warns users in the Algarve cities that the television signal will be lost (the screen goes black), simply by re-tuning the DTT decoder equipment or box. The service will continue to remain free, as until now, with the regulator's warning being reinforced that it is not necessary to change the television, antenna or decoder, nor to pay for the subscription of new services to the telecommunications operators.
AANACOM has the toll-free number 800 102 002 available to users, available every day between 9 am and 10 pm, for those who have doubts or need free technical support to tune in to the TV.