Magyar Telekom claimed a 32.1% share of the Hungarian pay-TV market by value irrespective of technology as of November 2020, according to the latest data published by the regulator NMHH.
It was followed by Digi (28.4%), Vodafone (18.8%) and UPC Direct (6%), with the next largest providers being Tarr (3.3%), MinDig TV Extra (2.2%), ViDaNet (2.1%), PR-Telecom (1.7%) and Parisat (0.5%).
Telekom also claimed top spot in the provision of wired broadcasting services (33%), with Digi (27.4%) and Vodafone (23.8%) in second and third place respectively, while Digi led in wireless broadcasting services (32.3%), followed by Telekom (28.6%) and UPC Direct (28.7%).
The total number of pay-TV subscribers as if November was an estimated 3,594,000, with the nine leading players accounting for 3,415,324 of the total.
There were 2,667,984 cable and IPTV subscribers, of whom 2,037,108 were digital; 669,383 DTH subscribers; and 77,957 opting for the MinDig TV Extra pay-DTT service.