Furthermore, reports Digizone, quoting the findings of a Nielsen Admosphere study undertaken for the Association of Television Organisations (ATO), another 18% do not know what they are going to do.
Significantly, only 2% of DTT households said that they did not want to switch to DVB-T2 but instead get satellite, cable or IPTV. Almost one in four (23%) of households have already switched to DVB-T2, while a further 9% have a TV or set-top box.
A tenth of households said they would buy a new TV set and 11% in a set-top box.
Although 45% do not know what to expect from DVB-T2, the remainder expect better picture quality (30%), a wider selection of TV channels (24%) and stronger signal (21%).