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Budapest Film invests Ft 100 mln in movie download service

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Hungarian film distributor Budapest Film Kft has invested Ft 100 million in an online film delivery service and plans to start testing it by the end of the year, business daily Világgazdaság reported on Friday.

Money for the investment came from the sale of Budapest Film's movie theater in the Mammut shopping center, managing director Ferenc Port said. Users of the service will be able to download films at www.filmklik.hu for Ft 2,000 apiece, or rent them for Ft 600. Payment by bankcard or mobile phone will be accepted.

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