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Hungary's fixed broadband subscriptions up by 5,000 in June

Wednesday 14 August 2019 | 12:03 CET | News
Hungary's number of fixed-line voice subscriptions declined by 1,000 to 3.072 million in June, according to data from local telecom regulator NMHH. However, the total number of fixed broadband subscriptions increased by 5,000 to 3.047 million. T-Home kept its leader positions on both fixed-line voice and fixed broadband markets.

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