A concise overview of Hungary’s Internet, broadband and convergence market
Research and Markets has announced the addition of “Hungary - Convergence, Broadband & Internet Market - Overview, Statistics & Forecasts” to their offering.
This report provides a concise overview of Hungary’s Internet, broadband and convergence market, covering major players, industry developments and offering a variety of informative statistics. Hungary’s broadband market has experienced strong growth, predominantly driven by the incumbent’s focus on broadband to offset falls in fixed-line voice revenue.
Although a number of bit stream and LLU agreements have been concluded, the fixed-line incumbent accounts for the majority of broadband subscribers. ADSL2+ services have been launched and take up is expected to be healthy as the market develops. Cable broadband is also widely available due to the network penetration of the country’s cable operators. The broadband market as a whole will experience significant growth as the regulator has reduced access tariffs and introduced a wholesale system based on retail tariffs to ensure suitable margin for alternative operators.
Triple play services are available from both the cable operators and the fixed-line incumbent which has launched IPTV trials. Digital cable services have been launched by a handful of the smaller cable operators and the country’s DTH market is showing fresh signs of life following the introduction of services by a Romanian DTH operator. (home.businesswire.com)
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