The Hungarian regulator NMHH has fined Magyar Telekom HUF75 million (€245,800) for incorrectly introducing a new product named ‘Flip Home’.
UPC Hungary has been fined HUF30 million (€97,000) for launching services in the city of Jászberény without official permission.
Hungarian broadcasters aired fewer new commercials in H1 2016 than the corresponding period the previous year.
At least three quarters of pay-TV homes in Hungary now opt for digital services.
The Hungarian regulator NMHH has imposed net neutrality rules on the incumbent Magyar Telekom.
Three in four Hungarian pay-TV homes now receive digital services, according to the regulator NMHH.
Take-up of digital TV is growing steadily in Hungary, with almost three-quarters (73%) of pay-TV homes receiving services as of this May.
If present trends continue, Hungary will end the year with around one million DOCSIS 3.0 broadband subscriptions.
Cable operators in Hungary have expressed their opposition to fees that TV service providers will have to pay RTL Klub and TV2, the country’s two leading commercial broadcasters, from July 1.
UPC remains the leading provider of pay-TV services in Hungary irrespective of technology.