Analogue television sets are no longer being sold at major retailers across the UK, ahead of the digital switchover in 2012.
Digital UK, which is overseeing the move – including the radio switchover, said that no analogue TV sets were sold in the UK in May.
Around 5 million homes have already made the transition, with 20 million due to follow.
The coalition government has said it is “completely committed” to the project.
However senior government sources have told the BBC that a firm date for the switch is yet to be announced.
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