Invitel developing network

Telco

Invitel continues the implementation of its large-scale development program launched in 2012, worth close to HUF 4.5 bln, the company announced at a press conference.

The purpose of the development is to offer high-quality services to as many subscribers as possible, using the latest fibre and microwave technologies (targeted at businesses). Entering a new stage, high-quality services will become available for tens of thousands more households across 18 towns and cities in Hungary, increasing broadband coverage by three-and-a-half times.

Invitel is introducing broadband technology and the benefits offered by higher-quality interactive, digital CATV and IPTV, the 21 HD channels currently available or Internet that’s much faster than previously available, to another close to 25 thousand households, on top of the 323 thousand households upgraded earlier. By the end of the year the number of households covered by broadband technology will exceed 410 thousand, Invitel added.

The company is also expected to build ten new head stations with microwave technology by March, 2015 to cover Budapest and parts of larger towns and cities densely populated by businesses, thereby adding wider coverage to services already available.

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