Nearly three in five pay-TV homes in Hungary received their services via digital cable or IPTV as of the end of 2020.
According to the latest data published by the regulator NMHH, the figure stood at 59.7%, compared 56.9% a year earlier.
Meanwhile, the share of DTH and DVB-T fell from 23.8% to 21.8% and analogue cable from 19.3% to 18.5%.
The data, based on figures supplied by the leading providers, covering around 95% of the broadcasting market, shows that as of the end of last year 81.5% of pay-TV subscriptions were digital, compared to 80.7% in December 2019.
Magyar Telekom remained the leading provider of pay-TV services irrespective of technology, with a market share of 32.4%, as well as for wired broadcasting services, with 33.4%.
Digi continued to dominate in the wireless sector, with a share of 32.2%.