The Hungarian incumbent telco Magyar Telekom’s T-Home now has over 250,000 subscribers to its interactive TV services.
The good performance of Magyar Telekom’s TV operations was one of the few highlights in what was otherwise a difficult year.
The Hungarian incumbent telco Magyar Telekom has introduced a number of new integrated offers for its T-Home and T-Mobile services.
The Chello Central Europe kids channel Megamax has secured carriage on Magyar Telekom’s digital cable, satellite and IPTV platforms, which operate under the brand name T-Home.
The performance of Magyar Telekom’s TV interests was one of the few bright spots in what was otherwise a challenging quarter for the Telekom-backed company.
IP&TV Forum EurAsiaEastEurope 2011 – ISTANBUL. Magyar Telekom has room to grow with interactivity and “needs technology to expand its reach.”
Magyar Telekom has signed a long-term agreement with Spacecom securing it more bandwidth for its DTH platform T-Home Sat TV.
The performance of Magyar Telekom’s TV operations in its home market was something of a mixed bag in the second quarter.
Magyar Telekom continued to strengthen its position in the Hungarian TV marketplace in the first quarter, ending March with 751,195 subscribers to its services, or 10.8% more than 12 months earlier.
The Hungarian incumbent telco Magyar Telekom has been granted a long-term loan of €150 million to finance mainly its broadband investment projects.