BBJ reports that the company invested HUF571 million (€1.58 million) in the deployment, with HUF300 million coming from an EU grant.
It adds that Tarr is based in the town of Szekszárd and offers telecom services, including cable TV, in 310 population centres in eight counties.
Its net revenue in 2019 amounted to HUF10.7 billion.
Broadband TV News notes that the most recent figures published by the regulator NMHH show that Tarr had a 3.3% share of the Hungarian pay-TV market, irrespective of technology, in January this year.
Telekom was the top provider with 32.5%, followed by Digi and Vodafone with 28.1% and 18.9% respectively.
In the fixed pay-TV sector (cable and IPTV), Tarr had a 4.1% share.