Hungary had 1.178 million digital TV subscribers at the end of February, according to data published by the country’s National Communications Council (NHH).
This was 30,000 more than a month earlier and brought raised the percentage of TV homes in the country receiving digital TV services up from the previous month’s 46.2% to 47.2%.
The NHH compiles its data from the 14 largest companies, which together account for 80-85% of the market.
Although UPC remained the leading provider of digital services, its 31.5% market share across all platforms was slightly down from the previous month’s 31.8%.
Digi was in second place with an unchanged 22.7%, while third placed Magyar Telekom (T-Home) saw its share rise from 22.2% to 22.8%.