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History launches on Hungary’s Fibernet

AETN's History is now available to more viewers in Hungary after a recent launch on Fibernet, regional cable operator in Hungary. Fibernet, offering the standard version of the channel, joins other cable operators UPC, T-Kabel, PR Telecom, Tarr, Zelka, Antenna Digital, Rubicom, Vidanet and DTH platform T-Sat, to offer History in Hungary.
January 25, 2010

AETN’s History is now available to more viewers in Hungary after a recent launch on Fibernet, regional cable operator in Hungary. Fibernet, offering the standard version of the channel, joins other cable operators UPC, T-Kabel, PR Telecom, Tarr, Zelka, Antenna Digital, Rubicom, Vidanet and DTH platform T-Sat, to offer History in Hungary.

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