Lithuania plans for ASO
By Chris Dziadul
April 5, 2012 10.28 Europe/London

Lithuania is to make subsidies for DTT receivers available for disadvantaged members of its population from April 30 until November 20 this year.

According to VZ, the government has put aside LTL10 million (€2.9 million) in this year’s state budget for the subsidies, which will be made available to households with an average income of LTL525 per family member and will not exceed LTL100 per household.

Lithuania has fixed October 29 this year as its analogue switch off date.