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Sustainability is less important when buying mobile devices
Only one fifth of Hungarian users take serviceability into account when buying a mobile phone, according to a survey by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH).
NMHH’s device replacement programme launched: how to apply and why?
A quarter of a million of 3G- and 2G-enabled used mobile phones can be replaced with at least 4G-enabled new devices suitable for mobile internet use.
Change your old mobiles to newer models at almost 700 places with funding from NMHH
Outdated 3G-enabled mobile devices will be replaceable to modern, at least 4G-enabled phones at almost 700 dealerships of almost fifty dealers all around Hungary.
The age of telephone directories is over
This year, telecommunication service providers are no longer obliged to publish a paper telephone directory.
Why is the life of mobile phones so short?
According to research by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) 53% of second-hand mobile phones are no more than two years old, and 85% are no more than five years old.
Change your phone or internet service provider easily and for free
The consumer information subpage of the NMHH at nmhh.hu/hirkozlesiszabalyok summarises the most important changes to the Hungarian electronic communications rules.
As the coronavirus epidemic has changed, so has the Hungarian mobile market
The COVID-19 epidemic and ways to combat its spread, such as curfews, distance learning or working from home, as well as relaxations due to the increase in the vaccination coverage rate, have had a significant impact on communications consumption patterns, including the mobile phone and mobile internet service market.
Dealer registration for NMHH’s mobile device replacement programme opened
The registration opened for dealer companies who intend to take part in the mobile device replacement funding programme initiated by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH).
NMHH research: Hungarian children start to use internet younger and younger, but third of parents see no need to enhance digital literacy
Almost twice as many 7-8-year-old children had mobile phones last year than in 2017, according to a representative survey by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH).
Infocommunications authority to launch funding programme for mobile device replacement
The owners of outdated telephones not suitable for mobile internet can receive a HUF 20 thousand modernisation grant for replacement.