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Tarr rolls out IPTV service with HUF 671 mln investment

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Hungary's Tarr has completed a HUF 671 million investment to add IPTV service to its subscriber offering, the ICT company told Hungarian news agency MTI.

The investment was supported with a HUF 300 million European Union grant.

Tarr, based in Szekszárd (about 130 km south of Budapest), offers cable TV, internet, fixed-line and mobile telecommunications services in almost 310 settlements in eight counties in Hungary.

The company had net revenue of HUF 10.7 bln in 2019.

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