Magyar Telekom launches interactive satellite television

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Magyar Telekom will become the first company in Hungary to launch interactive satellite television in December, Chairman-CEO Christopher Mattheisen said at a press conference on Wednesday.

Magyar Telekom is offering the services from December 1.

Magyar Telekom has more than 270,000 satellite television subscribers. It has about 200,000 IPTV subscribers and 220,000 cable TV subscribers.

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