Hungarians Speak on Phones Slightly More Than European Avg
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The monthly volume of conversations on mobile phones per inhabitant in Hungary is 247 minutes, which will continue to rise in the future, the latest research from the National Media and Communications Authority (NMHH) revealed, according to profitline.hu.
According to NMHH data, the total of 20 billion minutes of initiated call traffic measured in 2015 exceeded 28 billion minutes by 2021, a 5% average increase per year.
By European comparison, the Swedes are the most talkative, talking on the phone for almost 6 hours a month.
At the other end of the spectrum, the Dutch talk the least, using their phones only 135 minutes a month.
The European average is 227 minutes.
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