The operator’s Magenta1 package will include residential services along with a post-paid mobile service and the operator’s TV Go mobile TV offering. The latter can be used without impacting users’ data allowance.
Users can also access the Moziklub movies on-demand service either rat home or on the go within Hungary.
Discounts are available on equipment required to receive the TV service, and Magyar Telekom is also making a version of the service available to business customers.
Deutsche Telekom is also making the Magenta1 offering available via its subsidiaries in Slovakia and Romania.
“We are convinced that we have the best answer to meet the demands of our customers, as the offer unifies the true advantages of the most advanced networks and complex services. Introducing Magenta1 is an important milestone within the market of integrated telecommunication services, and at the same time a further step towards the world of unlimited communication and entertainment,” said Christopher Mattheisen, CEO of Magyar Telekom.
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