IPTV was the main driver in Magyar Telekom’s TV business in 2017.
Magyar Telekom’s high-speed, fixed broadband network is now available in more than 3 million households.
A US court has upheld a request by Digi to annul a claim of $1.8 million made against it by a group of US businessmen in 2017.
The new on demand service FOX+ has made its Central and East European debut on Magyar Telekom in Hungary.
Magyar Telekom has added the Hungarian version of Euronews to its TV channel offer.
Telenor has announced that it has received “expressions of interest” for its mobile operations in Central and Eastern Europe.
Vodafone plans to start offering retail fixed-line services in Hungary, according to Gergö J. Budai, the deputy CEO of the company’s local division.
Digi has informed the Hungarian regulator NMHH that it has set June 15 as the new date for the launch of mobile telephony services in the country.
UPC Hungary has been fined HUF121 million (€391,000) by regulator NMHH for what has been described as a “serious infringement”.
The Hungarian incumbent Magyar Telekom has added the short movie channel ShortsTV to its TV offer.