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Hungary mobile phone subscriptions rise to 11,690,000 in Dec

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The number of mobile phone subscriptions in Hungary rose 47,000 to 11,642,000 in December, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority said on Monday.

The number of active mobile phone subscriptions - numbers that were called or from which calls were made in the previous three months - rose 112,000 from the previous month to almost 11,100,000 in December.

Market penetration rose slightly, to 117.3 SIM cards per hundred people from 116.8 in November.

T-Mobile’s market share based on the total number of subscriptions rose to 45.04% from 44.93% in the previous month, Telenor’s dropped to 31.97% from 32.25% and Vodafone’s increased to 22.99% from 22.81%.

Based on subscriptions generating turnover, T-Mobile’s rose to 45.40% from 45.38%, Telenor’s fell to 31.98% from 32.03% and Vodafone’s rose to 22.63% from 22.59%.

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