Digi Communications had total revenues of €299.4 million in the third quarter, up from €270 million in the same period last year.
The UPC Direct Now app has been made available in Hungary.
Magyar Telekom’s TV revenues in its home market Hungary increased by 4.9% year-on-year in Q3 to HUF11.1 billion (€33.6 million).
PPF Group has sold a 25% stake in its Telenor Hungarian companies to the national transmission company Antenna Hungária for an undisclosed fee.
Vodafone plans to launch its OTT service in Hungary in the near future.
From April, Vodafone Hungary will discontinue the UPC brand and then sell its mobile and fixed line services exclusively under its own brand, HWSW wrote.
Hungary’s NMHH has taken legal action against Magyar Telekom for suspected violations of network neutrality rules.
Monika Karas, the chair of the Hungarian regulator NMHH, and Zsolt Sárecz, the president and CEO of Antenna Hungária (AH), have signed a regulatory agreement that will allow the latter to operate a national DTT network for a further 12 years.
Digi has failed to make the shortlist of companies bidding to obtain 5G licences in Hungary.
Magyar Telekom’s Magenta 1 discount package is now being used by 500,000 customers.