UPC Direct to launch landline internet, telephone service

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Luxembourg-based UPC DTH said that it is planning to launch landline internet and telephone service across Hungary from November 2, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

Satellite television service provider UPC Direct is involving partner service providers for the launch of the new services, using a dedicated network, MTI said.

The new services will be available in a package, which includes satellite TV, broadband internet access, Wi-Fi access and landline telephone service, with a 12-month loyalty contract, the service provider told MTI.

UPC Direct, the subsidiary of  Liberty Global group member UPC DTH, counts 285,000 subscribers in Hungary, MTI said.

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