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Hungary digital terrestrial broadcast coverage reaches 97%

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Terrestrial digital broadcast coverage in Hungary has reached 97% of the population, Jean Francois Fenech, CEO of Antenna Hungaria, which is in charge of the rollout, said at a press conference on Monday.

About 300,000 households use Antenna Hungaria’s MinDig TV services, which are free of charge, and more than 42,000 viewers subscribe to the MinDig TV Extra pay services, Mr Fenech said.

Antenna Hungaria offers seven channels free of charge and 24 pay channels at present.

Antenna Hungaria has 33 digital transmitters around the country, but the number is set to rise to 50 by year-end, he said.

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