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NMHH reveals broadband subscriber data for November

9 Jan 2015

The National Media and Infocommunications Authority of Hungary (NMHH) has published market data for the month of November 2014, revealing that broadband subscriptions have continued to rise, with the total number of fixed broadband subscriptions reaching 2.42 million at 30 November 2014, up from 2.39 million at the end of September. Fibre uptake continues to rise with connections climbing to 388,528, up from 380,774 at the end of the third quarter, whilst cable subscriptions have reached 1,017,496, of which 543,049 utilise DOCSIS 3.0 cable technology – up from 1,001,955 cable subscriptions at end-September, of which 513,889 were DOCSIS-based. DSL connections increased slightly in the two month period by 2,847 to reach 781,900.

The NMHH claims that all data is based upon figures provided by the main broadband market players; Magyar Telekom remains the top-placed provider with an estimated 35.7% market share as at 30 November, followed by UPC (21.9%) and DIGI (14.1%), with various smaller players occupying the remainder of the market.

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