Official statements and press releases
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The Council of the Hungarian Communications Authority (NHH) published its resolutions concerning the reference offers of service providers with significant market power for unbundled access to the local loop, thereby significantly reducing the one-off and continuous costs of unbundled access to the local loop, including the administrative expenses, NHH reported.
At its Friday session, the relevant committee of Parliament approved the decision of the National Communications Authority (NHH), pursuant to which over the course of the digital switchover process the tender issued for the operation of the national terrestrial level television and radio program broadcasting networks had been awarded to Antenna Hungária Zrt., reported the NHH.
On Tuesday, EU Commissioner Viviane Reding and Dániel Pataki, President of the NHH and Chairman of the ERG announced at a joint press conference in Brussels that the tariffs of roaming text messages sent within the EU are expected to decrease by 50 percent - the Hungarian Communications Authority (NHH) reported.
The Hungarian Communications Authority (NHH) imposed fines amounting to a total of HUF 30 million on twenty-one communications service providers because the individual service contracts (ISC or EESZ) entered into in writing failed to comply with the statutory requirements - the NHH reported on Thursday.
At its plenary session in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 29 and 30 May, the European Regulators Group reached conclusions on key deliverables in order to strengthen the European single electronic communications market.
The Board of the Hungarian Communications Authority (NHH)-within the framework of the so-called retail minus (RM) regulation-has published the retail price based wholesale prices for the sixth time. The wholesale prices featured in the latest decisions are based on the retail prices of the second half of 2007, and this is the first time naked DSL, that is broad band internet access without a landline telephony subscription, was included in the regulation.
The independent weekly of the British Economist Group, which specializes in European Union affairs ran a special report about the President of NHH.
In March 2008, the number of landline broadband subscriptions reached 1.39 million, while fixed telephone numbers slowly continued to go down, the hungarian communications authority (NHH) announced.
In the first three months of 2008, the number of subscribers of the three mobile operators in Hungary increased by more than 200 thousand, and within that by 67 thousand in March alone. Thus, by the end of the month the number of customers reached 11 million 232 thousand, and there were 111.8 subscriptions per 100 residents, the hungarian communications authority (NHH) announced.
Keresés a rovatban
- 450 MHz frequency tender ,
- 900 MHz auction ,
- child protection ,
- Constitutional Court ,
- digital television ,
- frequency tender ,
- Internet safety for children ,
- Karas Monika Zsuzsanna ,
- Klubrádió ,
- Klubradio ,
- Magyar Posta – MFB Invest – MVM konzorcium ,
- Magyar Telekom ,
- Media Council ,
- media law ,
- mobile broadband services ,
- mobile phone (cell phone) ,
- MVM NET Zrt. ,
- NMHH Internet Hotline ,
- Szalai Annamária ,
- TANTUSZ ,
- Telenor Magyarország ,
- Viettel Group ,