Hungary’s Magyar Telekom has completed the first new generation broadband network built with funds from the European Union.
Digi has agreed to buy the retail and small business customers of the rival Hungarian telco Invitel for around HUF43 billion (€140.8 million).
Hungary has a higher percentage of social network users in the 16-74 age group than any other country in the EU.
Telenor has added 21 more channels to its Hungarian online TV service MyTV.
RTL Hungary is to rebrand its cable channel Film+2 to RTL Gold on July 3.
Magyar Telekom’s focus is not on regional acquisitions, according to its CEO| Christopher Mattheisen.
Antenna Hungária has extended its collaboration with Fox Networks Group.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom has launched a new fixed line brand named Flip for home that requires no obligations.
The Hungarian parliament has a controversial rise in the country’s ad sale tax from 5.3% to 7.5%.
UPC Hungary has been fined HUF30 million (€97,000) for launching services in the city of Jászberény without official permission.