Nearly half (44%) of households in Hungary now watch streaming services.
The Hungarian government has confirmed its intention to abolish the supplementary telecommunications tax from January 2025.
4iG, through its subsidiaries Vodafone Hungary, Digi Hungary and Antenna Hungaria, has chosen Nagra as its system integrator and solution partner to lead the migration to a feature-rich, next-generation multi-device […]
Vodafone has made the streaming service TV2 Play Premium available its Vodafone TV customers in Hungary.
The acquisition of Vodafone Hungary has helped the info communications group 4iG report a huge increase in profits and almost a tripling of its EBITDA in one year.
TV stations in Hungary have in recent years experienced “a veritable flood of advertising”.
Magyar Telekom’s TV subscriber base in its home market Hungary grew by 4.5% in the year to June 30.
RTL Group ended the first half with 6.041 million paying subscribers to its streaming services RTL+ in Germany and Hungary and Videoland in the Netherlands.
Hungary’s 4iG and the Government of Montenegro have mutually terminated their inherited litigations and confirmed their future strategic cooperation in a Memorandum of Understanding.
PPF Telecom Group has appointed Igor Prerovsky the new CEO of Yettel Hungary, effectively September 2023.