Hungary’s telecoms regulator the National Media and Telecommunications Authority (NMHH) reports that by 30 June 2013, 332,782 of the country’s total of 907,802 cable broadband subscriptions were hooked up via DOCSIS 3.0-based technology. Further, the watchdog notes that the total number of xDSL subscriptions stood at 767,341 compared to 767,606 at 31 March 2013, while FTTx connections climbed to 337,473, from 330,526 three months earlier. As at 30 June, the NMHH estimates that Magyar Telekom’s T-Home division was the leading domestic provider of high speed internet services, with a market share of 35.4%, followed by UPC Hungary (21.9%) and DIGI with 13.8%.
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