Hungary’s incumbent mobile operators Pannon, T-Mobile and Vodafone collectively reported 635,950 mobile internet subscribers at the end of June, up from 607,479 in May, according to data published by the telecoms regulator NHH. According to the watchdog, Hungarian mobile subscribers sent a total of 763,760GB of data in June, up from 763,178 GB the previous month, while average traffic per subscriber dipped marginally to 1.51GB from 1.52GB the previous month. As at 30 June 2009, T-Mobile’s share of mobile data subscribers was 49.01%, while Vodafone followed in second place with 27.85% and Pannon was third with 23.15%. Based on actual traffic volume though, T-Mobile’s market share was lower at 41.28%, while Vodafone and Pannon had 35.27% and 23.45%, respectively.
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