It was fought against with petitions, but the state owned Flemish TV : VRT has put an end to DVB-T as of the 1st of December 2018.

The original press release from back in August can be found here, basically TV Vlaanderen has bought the rights to show the three state Flemish stations : een, canvas and ketnet and added them to their pay DVB-T2 package Antenne TV at €9.95 per month, bringing ti's offering to 12 Flemish channels and 3 Belgian French commercial stations and 1 adult channel and those around the Brussels region and the borders of the Walloon region can also get the the state owned Belgian French channels, la une, la deux, le trois and euronews (in French)

The studies carried out by VRT where conclusive that not many people watched it's stations via DVB-T the full report can be found here.

This said although not entirely free the 3 stations of VRT are still available via their website and related smart phone/table apps.