Magyar Telekom remains the leading provider of fixed broadband services in Hungary, while the country’s main alternative telco Invitel is not raising its market share.
Data published the regulator NMHH shows that as of the end of January Telekom claimed a 35.2% share of the fixed broadband market, with UPC (22.2%) and Digi (15.9%) the next largest players.
Invitel, on the other hand, claimed 9.4%, as it had done for the two previous months.
Aside from the top four players, hundreds of smaller companies, headed by Tarr, ViDaNet, PR-Telekom and Parisat, claimed a combined market share of 17.5%.
The number of cable broadband subscriptions in Hungary as of the end of January stood at 1,148,850, of which 1,009,649 were via DOCSIS 3.0.
The number of FTTx and xDSL subscriptions stood at 526,592 and 767,485 respectively.