Company heads grade internet infrastructure 4 out of 5



Company heads in Hungary graded their mobile and fixed-line internet infrastructure at four of a possible five, based on experience in the spring of 2020, according to a survey by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH), writes

The survey shows a high degree of satisfaction among SMEs and big companies even as infrastructure was tested by increased demand during the lockdown to contain the coronavirus, NMHH said.

Executives and managers expect trouble-free service and look for stable market players when it comes to internet service, the authority said, adding that incumbent Magyar Telekom accounts for about half of corporate internet subscriptions.

Almost 40% of respondents complained that there were not enough ISPs to choose from in their service area. The representative survey was conducted between July and October of last year.



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