Three in five pay-TV homes in Hungary now receive services via digital cable or IPTV.
Hungary’s Curia (Supreme Court) has dismissed an appeal by Digi Communications that it was unlawfully excluded from a 5G auction in the country.
Magyar Telekom claimed a 32.1% share of the Hungarian pay-TV market by value irrespective of technology as of November 2020, according to the latest data published by the regulator NMHH.
Hungary’s Metropolitan Court has dismissed a case brought by Digi Communications against a decision by the regulator NMHH to exclude it from an auction for 5G frequencies.
Four-fifths of internet users aged 16 and over in Hungary watch movies and videos online.
Over half (53%) of Hungarian internet users aged 16 and over say they have encountered fake news, according to a survey undertaken by the regulator NMHH.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has announced the result of a tender for 5G licences in the country.
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.