M7 Group regards 23.5 degrees East as its primary position for the Czech Republic and Slovakia, according to Jaromir Glisnik, a member of its board.
Gábor Gonda has been appointed the CEO of T-Systems Hungary and a member of Magyar Telekom’s top management, effective November 2.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom ended July with an overall share of 32.2% of the country’s pay-TV market.
Telenor and RTL have agreed to continue their cooperation in Hungary under which Telenor MyTV subscribers are offered exclusive content from the RTL Most+ platform.
The Czech operator Lepsi TV has inadvertently included sports transmissions on Hungarian channels in its offer.
RTL Hungary’s premium streaming service, RTL Most+ will be made available for UPC Direct subscribers from this month.
AMC Networks International – Central and Northern Europe (AMCNI CNE), and Antenna Hungária (AH) have signed a multi-year, long term channel distribution agreement to launch the former’s entire portfolio on all of the major service provider’s line-up.
Zoltán Kaszás will leave T-Systems Hungary and the top management of the Magyar Telekom Group by mutual agreement on September 1.
Magyar Telekom’s commercial 5G service will already be available in 23 settlements by the end of this month.
Hungary’s pay-TV market remains dominated by digital cable and IPTV services.