Hungary mobile web subscriptions up 48,000 in June


The number of mobile web subscriptions in Hungary rose 48,000 to 1.56 million in June from a month earlier, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) said on Wednesday.

The number of active mobile internet subscriptions ─ those who used the service at some time during the previous three months ─ climbed to 1.19 million from 1.15 million in June, the NMHH said. Mobile internet traffic fell somewhat.

Vodafone's market share in terms of subscriber numbers was unchanged at 26.16% in June, T-Mobile's rose to 48.68% in June from 48.44% in May and Telenor's fell to 25.16% from 25.39%.

In terms of the number of active subscriptions, T-Mobile's share rose to 49.41% from 49%, Vodafone's fell to 27.09% from 27.36% and Telenor's fell to 23.50% from 23.65%.


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