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Mobile phone subscriptions fall by 20,000 in November

Analysis

The total number of mobile-telephone subscriptions in Hungary fell by 20,000 to 11.47m in November from a month earlier, the country's National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) reported on Saturday. The number of active SIM cards - subscriptions seeing turnover over the last three months - dropped by 16,000 to 10.95m, NMHH said. There were 115.4 mobile-telephone subscriptions per 100 inhabitants in November, NMHH noted.

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