The Hungarian DTH platform UPC Direct will introduce a new hybrid triple-play bundle on November 2. In addition to satellite TV, it will include landline broadband internet and telephony service for the entire Hungarian market.
UPC Direct was launched in Hungary in 2000 and the introduction of these services through landline networks will complete its transition from a traditional TV service into a fully-fledged triple-play provider.
Commenting on the development, Michael Lee, MD of UPC DTH, said: Michael Lee, MD of UPC DTH, said: “We recognise the need to provide our customers with a quality service which gives them access to a full communication and entertainment service in their home.
“We are very excited that we can now offer all Hungarian subscribers a true triple play experience including free access to landline telephone from UPC Direct. We have developed the packages based on customer feedback, delivering both flexibility and must-have services like in-home Wi-Fi. I am convinced that many of our existing clients will take advantage of these unique products and continue to appreciate UPC Direct’s well-known high quality service. I am confident that we will also continue to attract many new customers”.