Average Monthly Cost Indicator (AMCI)
The National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) is now introducing the average monthly cost indicator (AMCI) to help customers find their way through the various landline and mobile tariffs and operators.
Accessible devices and apps
A Global Accessibility Reporting Initiative (GARI) által összegyűjtött akadálymentes applikációkat, készülék ajánlásokat tekintheti meg, amelyek mind nagy segítségükre lehetnek a fogyatékossággal élők számára.
Television content rating circles
These are masked TGA images produced for different aspect ratio combinations, which media providers can display in order to signal the content rating of programmes.
The protection of children online – parental control software
As of 1 July 2014, internet service providers are required to offer free parental control software for anyone interested to download and use it.
Tantusz – helping you decide
The TANTUSZ comparison website helps you navigate the different landline and mobile tariff plans matching your consumer habits and presents the costs of mobile telephone use abroad (roaming) and the combined packages offered by operators.
Online and printed press products
Use this application to list the names and online contact information of press products registered with NMHH as well as the names of their publishers and founders.
Communications, media and motion picture statistics
This application may serve as an inexhaustible source of information for analysts and media journalists. If they enter certain filter conditions, they can ‘mine’ the database for many years of key statistical information.
The protection of children online – Internet Hotline
On this website, you can report online content that is unlawful or detrimental to minors. The website also includes useful tips and information on safe Internet use and media consumption awareness.
Measuring internet speed
NMHH has launched a dedicated website to offer Hungarian internet users a tool, independent of all providers, for measuring the technical features of the internet services they use.
We are exposed to many different forms of environmental radiation, some of which are natural while others are man-made. Of the various forms of electromagnetic radiation, NMHH measures radio frequency radiation.
Radio frequency interference
If you detect unusual interference while using your television, radio or other domestic appliance, or your amateur radio equipment, you can report these to the National Media and Infocommunications Authority.
NMHH inspects the suitability of radio equipment and electronic terminal equipment and their electromagnetic compatibility, and publishes the results.
Satellite television reception
On this platform, you can check the reception options of selected satellites and search by language of programming or the satellite information of a particular television station.