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Hungary adds 3,000 broadband users in April

Monday 2 June 2014 | 15:49 CET | News
The number of fixed-line voice subscriptions in Hungary was 3.052 million in April, up slightly from 3.040 million in March, according to a report from local telecom regulator NMHH. In the broadband market,the total number of fixed-line broadband subscriptions reached 2.346 million, that is up 3,000 compared to the end of March. T-Home had 35.7 percent of the market, UPC had 21.9 percent and Digi 14 percent.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Digi / Invitel / T-Home / UPC Hungary
Countries: Hungary
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