UPC has added new flexible mobile packages to its offer in Hungary.
The Hungarian completion authority GVH has approved the acquisition of Invitel, the country’s leading alternative telco, by Digi.
Magyar Telekom’s CEO Christopher Mattheisen has resigned and will leave the company on July 1.
The regulator NMHH has fined UPC Hungary HUF48 million (€135,200) for what it terms “serious and conscientious violations of basic EU and domestic legislation”.
The Hungarian news channel Hir TV has announced layoffs in a move that reflects wider changes in the country’s media landscape.
Digi plans to make 1Gbps fibre internet available to all the homes it covers in Hungary within the next two years.
HbbTV interactive advertising has been launched in Hungary on the MinDigTV platform.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom has granted its CEO and board of directors member Christopher Mattheisen 40,625 shares and closed the “Matching Share Plan”.
NATPE Budapest has been renamed NATPE Budapest International in order to reflect the global TV market and conference’s extended focus beyond Central and Eastern Europe to the EMEA and worldwide content business.
Istvan Kutas has been appointed to head the PR office newly established as part of Magyar Telekom’s Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs area.