UPC remains the leading provider of digital services in Hungary, claiming a 29.4% market share among the top 12 leading providers, according to data published by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH).
The figure, which was for last November and regardless of technology, put it ahead of second placed Digi (25.9%) and Magyar Telekom’s T-Home (24.9%) in third place, with FiberNet a distant fourth (4.8%).
Although UPC was also the leading provider of wired services, with a 33% market share among the top 10 providers and second placed T-Home claiming only 23%, Romanian-owned Digi was the undisputed market leader in the DTH sector.
Indeed, it accounted for almost half (45.6%) of subscribers of wireless broadcasting services, which included MMDS (Hello Digital) as well as the country’s four DTH platforms.
The total number of digital TV subscriptions in Hungary in November, based on the top 12 providers, stood at 1,384,951.
Cable and IPTV subscribers, based on the top 10 players, stood at 537,136, while 847,815 received wireless (DTH and MMDS) services.