Digi Communications has issued a strong response to the Hungarian regulator NMHH’s decision to award 5G licences to three rival operators.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has announced the result of a tender for 5G licences in the country.
The Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) has issued another decision approving the acquisition of the alternative telco Invitel by Digi HU, a subsidiary of Digi Communications.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that the special taxes levied in Hungary on the turnover of telecommunications operators and of undertakings in the retail trade sector are compatible with EU law.
The technology used to distribute the Hungarian pay-DTT platform MinDig TV Extra will change from March 3.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom gained nearly 100,000 IPTV subscribers in its home market in 2019.
The Hungarian DTH platform UPC Direct has added three more channels to its offer and provided details of more services it will introduced in the near future.
Antenna Hungária (AH) will perform frequency swaps at all 91 digital terrestrial sites in Hungary on February 4.
Digi Communications has signed an agreement with AMC Networks International – Central and Northern Europe (AMCNI CNE) for the distribution of nine of the latter’s channels in Hungary from this month.
RTL Hungary and M7 Group have concluded an agreement under which the satellite services provider will continue to broadcast RTL channels.