As a result, over 2.8 million households can now enjoy fixed-line access of at least 30 Mbps, while almost 700,000 have the services of a Gigabit-capable optical network available.
The telco aims to cover a further 270,000 households this year, with one quarter being connected with the use of EU funds.
Meanwhile, Magyar Telekom continues to be locked in a three-horse race with UPC and Digi in the provision of pay-TV services. Data produced by the regulator NMHH shows that as of the end of November 2016 it claimed a 25.6% share of the pay-TV market in Hungary regardless of technology used.
This was slightly behind UPC (26.8%) but just ahead of Digi (25%), with Invitel, the next largest player, claiming a 4.7% share.
The monthly figures, which use data received from major market players, show that there were a total of 2,309,202 cable and IPTV subscriptions, of which 1,459,610 were digital.
The number of DTH and pay-DTT subscriptions stood at 880,915 and 101,399 respectively.