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.

The number of voice over cable lines increased to 1.088 million from 1.086 million, and the number of VoIP users dropped to 1.612 million from 1.614 million, NMHH's data shows. Landline connections remained the same versus May at around 249,000. T-Home Hungary leads on the fixed telephony segment with a market share of 48.3 percent, followed by Digi with 22.7 percent, UPC Hungary with 20.8 percent, Tarr with 1.9 percent, PR-Telekom with 1.4 percent, ViDaNet with 0.7 percent and Parisat with 0.1 percent. Other service providers had a combined market share of 4 percent.

In the broadband market, the DSL base decreased to 702,302 from 705,852, while the number of broadband via cable subscribers remained unchanged at 1.274 million. Of the total number of cable subscribers, 1.200 million were via Docsis 3.0, up from 1.196 million in May.

FTTx users continued to grow, reaching 781,979 compared to 773,596 in May. The percentage with speeds over 30 Mbps rose to 71.8 percent from 71.5 percent.

T-Home also remains first on this market with a 36.6 percent market share, followed by Digi with 24.3 percent, UPC with 21.7 percent, Tarr with 2.9 percent, Vidanet with 2.4 percent, PR-Telekom with 1.7 percent, and Parisat with 0.5 percent. Other service providers' combined market share was 10.1 percent.

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