Consumers Buying Fewer Single-service Telco Packages

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The proportion of customers using only one service has decreased sharply in the last four years, the Communications Directorate of the National Media and Communications Authority (NMHH) announced, according to business daily Világgazdaság.

The media authority's latest fixed-location market report examined the market for TV, landline internet and landline phone subscriptions between Q3 2019 and Q2 2023, based on data received from service providers.

Those who only ordered landline telephone services fell from 311,000 to 178,000; those who only ordered TV services decreased by 244,000 from the initial number of nearly one million.

In addition to mobile services, the number of people ordering some kind of fixed service increased by about a third, from 588,000 to 945,000.

More than 200,000 more people subscribed to the Internet plus TV package than before: 513,000 households currently use this combination, up from 312,000.

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