Daniel Pataki, the president of the National Communications Authority of Hungary (NHH), has said that the country will start to sell digital TV licences next year. However, this will only happen if legislation governing digital frequencies is passed by its parliament beforehand. Hungary currently operates only a limited DTT service in Budapest and Kabhegy and has earmarked 2012 as its analogue switch off date. Separately, the Hungarian alternative telco HTCC has posted gross revenues of $193.7 million (€145.5 million) for 2006, or 8% more than the previous year. Its pro-forma net income and adjusted EBITDA in 2006 were meanwhile $13.9 million and $58.7 million respectively.