Magyar Telekom has introduced an integrated Magenta 1 package that primarily targets young people.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom HUF75 million (€245,800) for incorrectly introducing a new product named ‘Flip Home’.
Hungary’s leading alternative telco Invitel has launched a low-price internet package aimed at users who are not yet online.
Hungary’s Magyar Telekom has renewed its fixed line internet portfolio by introducing higher bandwidth packages.
Magyar Telekom has decided to streamline its organisational structure surrounded the services it provides to SMEs, effective November 1.
Magyar Telekom’s TV business put in a strong performance in its home market in the year to June 30, with revenues growing by 5.1% and the number of subscribers by 3.6%.
Magyar Telekom will cease providing residential electricity utility services on November 1.
Hungary’s Magyar Telekom has completed the first new generation broadband network built with funds from the European Union.
Digi has agreed to buy the retail and small business customers of the rival Hungarian telco Invitel for around HUF43 billion (€140.8 million).
Hungary has a higher percentage of social network users in the 16-74 age group than any other country in the EU.