The Hungarian oil company MOL has introduced its own-brand cellular service under a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) agreement with T-Mobile Hungary. MOL says the service will offer discounts to mobile subscribers when they use any of its 333 petrol stations across the country. The stations will also sell mobile handsets and pre-paid top-up cards. In July this year MOL signed a cooperation agreement with Magyar Telekom, parent company of T-Mobile Hungary, and the new MVNO is the first fruit of that partnership.
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