The number of active mobile phone subscriptions in Hungary grew 66,000 in November to 10.712 million, but was down 59,000 from twelve months earlier, the National Communications Authority (NHH) reported.
Total subscription numbers have fallen since the start of the year, dropping 9,000 in November to 11.687 million.
In terms of active subscribers, Vodafone's share rose to 22.27% in November from 22.16% in October, while T-Mobile's share fell to 44.64% in November from 44.71% in October and Pannon's share dropped to 33.08% in November from 33.13% in October.
The number of mobile phone subscriptions per hundred people was 116.7% at the end of November, unchanged from one month earlier. Twelve months earlier, this indicator stood at 119.1%, rising to 121.8%, its highest level so far, by the end of December 2008.
Vodafone's share of all subscriptions rose from 21.60% to 21.87% in November, while Pannon's rose from 34.12% to 34.18% and T-Mobile's dropped from 44.28% to 43.95%.
The number of all mobile phone subscriptions fell 262,000 from November 2008. (MTI-Econews)