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NMHH: Mobile internet user percentage up to 67%

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The percentage of Hungarians with mobile internet has risen from 63% to 67% during the pandemic, according to a survey announced by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) on its website.

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Almost 60% of Hungarians have both mobile internet and a fixed-line internet connection at home, according to a representative survey of more than 3,000 households.

About 9% can only access the internet on their mobile, while close to one-fifth can surf the net using just their fixed-line connection.

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