Hungarian telco Externet has announced it intends to launch cable internet services in 100 locations across the country, according to the Budapest Business Journal. The company began operations as an internet service provider (ISP) in 1996 and currently offers ADSL, mobile internet, IPTV and landline telephone services. A time scale for its cable internet roll out has not been given.
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