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’s TV revenues increased by 3.4% year-on-year to HUF11 billion (€35.9 million in the third quarter, thanks largely to the growing IPTV subscriber base and ARPUs in its home market Hungary.
Hungary’s Magyar Telekom gained more than 60,000 IPTV customers in the year to June 30 in its home market, helped by the migration from cable.
The Macedonian cable operator Blizoo has added Fight Channel and Fight Channel World HD to its offer.
Magyar Telekom ended the first quarter with 963,820 TV customers in its home market Hungary, or 2.9% more than in the same period last year.
IPTV continued to drive growth in Magyar Telekom’s TV business in 2015.
Magyar Telekom now has close to one million TV subscribers in its home market.
Macedonian Telekom`s IPTV platform MaxTV has added the SVOD service Pickbox.tv to its offer.
Magyar Telekom ended H1 with a total of 939,168 subscribers to its TV services in Hungary, or 3.6% more than a year earlier.
The Macedonian Competition Authority has approved the merger of the Telekom Austria Macedonian subsidiary Vip Operator and Telekom Slovenije’s Macedonian subsidiary One.