Hungary’s National Communications Authority (NHH) has announced that it will hold a tender for a national DTT licence this March. In it, the regulator will offer a total of five multiplexes, three of which will be available for TV and DVB-H services and two following analogue switch off, which is due to take place on June 30, 2011. Bidders for the DT licences will be required to pay a fee of at least HUF300 million (€1.16 million) and then contribute at least 3% of their annual revenue should they be successful and go on to launch services. The tender was initially expected to be held last October but was held up after failing to receive parliamentary approval. DTT services could be up and running in the country by the end of the year.