Mobile subscriptions sink to 11,669m
Mobile subscriptions numbered 11,669m at the end of Q3 in Hungary, the smallest in three years, or 1.4% less yr/yr, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said on Thursday.
The decline is 0,3 % from the 11.704m at the end of Q2.
The yr/yr decline was 0.1% in Q1, and 1.3% in Q2.
The number of fixed line calls fell 7%, and their duration increased 4% yr/yr, while the number of fixed line subscriptions declined by 2.3% yr/yr to 2,884m.
Their number fell 0.07 % from 2.886m at the end of Q2. It decreased 0.7% yr/yr in Q1, and by 1.0% in Q2.
Internet subscriptions grew by 26.5% yr/yr to more than 3.984m in Q3 after adding 19.6% yr/yr in Q1, and 23.2% in Q2. Internet providers numbered 401, 2 less than a year ago.
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