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.
Hungary ended June with 2,548,962 cable and IPTV subscribers, according to data published by the regulator NMHH.
Hungary’s Magyar Telekom has been fined by the regulator NMHH for changing its billing practices.
The Hungarian national transmission company Antenna Hungária (AH) will continue to operate the country’s digital terrestrial TV network for a further 12 years after its current licence expires in September 2020.
The Supreme Court of Hungary (Curia) as upheld a fine of HUF20 million (€61,400) imposed on UPC by the regulator NMHH for charging its subscribers unjustified sums of money.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has finalised and published the documentation for a national DTT tender following a consultation with market players.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has drafted a document on the construction and operation of a national DTT network.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has imposed a fine of HUF51.5 million (€160,000) on Magyar Telekom and its CEO for unlawful procedures related to the company’s switch from analogue to digital broadcasting.