Costa del Sol News: TDT set to change in Malaga municipalities.

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On February 13, some of the Spanish digital television system TDT channels will stop broadcasting on their old frequencies in 77 Malaga municipalities.

The operator currently has over 30 channels which are all free and many of these programmes can be converted to their original version language.

Around 30.5per cent of the approximately 29,200 medium or large communal buildings of the province have already made the necessary changes in order to keep enjoying the complete offer that TDT provides as of that date.

The administrators of fincas or community presidents should contact a registered installation business as soon as possible.

Furthermore, as of that date, anybody wishing to access this service will have to retune their televisions with their remote controls.

All of the information about the change of frequencies of the TDT is available online on or on these helplines: 901201004 and 910889879.


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