Yes, a year from Feb 17 in the U.S. analogue over-the-air TV will no longer be available. Your current TV’s will no longer be able to get over-the-air channels without a digital to analogue converter. The government is providing up to two rebates worth up to $40 to offset the cost of the converter boxes. Keep in mind, that the rebates are only good for 90 days, so if you order them make sure you buy the converters. I haven’t seen the converters yet, it will be interesting to see what America’s reaction will be next year.
EDIT: the Link was not visable, my apoligies! https://www.dtv2009.gov/
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How do I do my rebate on line
Does anyone have an extra non expired $40 TV converter coupon? Both of my couipons expired; I returned them to DTV2009.gov and they will not reissue me 1 coupon. I never used mine.
i would like to apply for 2 government rebate cards how do i do that
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e-mail address from this website. Thanks for your understanding
of this very delicate matter. Steve Rother–FATHER.
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where and how do i get a rebate for tv converter?