Three operators to pay a total of HUF 128.5 bn at an auction of the NMHH for the spectrum open for 5G
With bidders including Magyar Telekom, Telenor Hungary and Vodafone Hungary, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority organised an auction for 5G frequencies on 26 March.
Appeal of the Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority to Content and Media Service Providers
The extraordinary situation created by the pandemic imposes an increased responsibility on the media, media service providers, content providers and media professionals. Unfortunately, misleading, false, sensationalist communications have become more common in recent weeks.
The Media Council successfully weighed in to have the operator of Mozi+ fined for inappropriate age rating
At this week’s session, held by video conference, the Media Council of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) finalised the calls for tender for the radio frequencies of Gyöngyös and Nyíregyháza. The Romanian media supervisory authority imposed a fine on the operator of Mozi+ after the receipt of a notification transmitted by the Hungarian supervisory body.
Keep away from post offices if possible—use electronic banking and mail instead
The epidemic places a burden on postal services as well, therefore the National Media and Infocommunications Authority—i.e. the authority supervising the postal market—advises consumers to make their payments by bank transfer instead of postal orders.
Report on net neutrality in Hungary (between 1 May 2018 and 30 April 2019)
Internet use and internet - based digital economy have become decisive factors in our lives. Therefore, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) monitors and controls net neutrality in Hungary as well as compliance with the relevant rules as a priority issue. NMHH performs its activities with regards to net neutrality as listed under the supervisory pow ers stipulated in Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications (hereinafter: Electronic Communications Act).
Understand your kids!
As parents, grandparents or educators, we have our work cut out for us if we want to set a good example and provide some useful advice for children about media use. The National Media and Infocommunications Authority’s latest publication will make it easier for you to find common ground with those most important to you.
Watch out for the signs and look for the CE marking
What to look for and what to do to avoid those risks? The following brief guide will answer that, too.
Daily radio listenership in nationwide and in Budapest (July 2019 – September 2019)
It's entertaining and informative to watch. But what goes on behind the scenes? What are frequencies for and how does the Authority monitor the programmes?
There are approximately 200 radio stations active in the country today. What do You need to be able to listen to your favourite station? We'll explain all the details.
Being available is convenient. Radio wave-based communication is fast. But what kind of telephone packages should we choose? What is 5G? And where is roaming free of charge?
Measure your internet speed, report offensive content, manage your subscription wisely and be a conscious consumer!
Over 6,000 printed press publications are currently available in Hungary. Would you like to launch your own? NMHH will register your business!
Did you know that the delivery time of domestic courier services cannot exceed 24 hours at the latest? Click on the title for more interesting details.