Hungary mobile internet data transfers fall 10.8% in April

Analysis

Mobile internet users in Hungary transferred 2,247,000 gigabytes of data in April, down 10.8% from 2,520,000 gigabytes in the previous month, fresh data from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) show. Average data turnover per one active customer fell to 0.89 gigabytes, NMHH said. In terms of the amount of data transferred, Telenor's market share dropped to 39.16% in April from 39.92% a month earlier, Vodafone's fell to 17.51% from 17.68% and T-Mobile's grew to 43.33% from 42.40%.

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