Changing the settings will order the results immediatelly.
UPC email addresses extended for another three months following negotiations between NMHH and Vodafone
Vodafone Magyarország Zrt. has extended access to UPC webmail for users of the service by three months, and it will provide support with creating new email accounts and backing data up, after intervention by the NMHH and the Media and Infocommunications Commissioner.
Report on complaint proceedings by the Commissioner for Media and Communications H1 2017
The Commissioner for Media and Communications works towards promoting the justified interests of users of electronic communications services and media content services in the course of their usage of these services.
What is there to know about premium rate text messages?
What are received premium rate text messages? How can the service be utilized? How can high invoices be avoided? How can invoice complaints be validated?
Digital transition in home telephony
The telecommunication networks must be made suitable for transferring digital signals throughout the country. The process is taking place region by region according to a previously determined scheduled and concluded by 31 December 2016. This also concerns wired telephone services. In order to carry out the digital telephone transition, the so-called universal service providers – mainly Magyar Telekom – are carrying out significant network development, which concerns a wide range of subscribers.
The International Children’s Safety Service (ICSS) hosts yet another media conference with the Hungarian National Media and Infocommunications Authority as lead sponsor
The 8th International Media Conference spotlights an interdisciplinary approach to community media literacy. The conference is organised jointly by the International Children’s Safety Service (ICSS) and the Hungarian National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) in Balatonalmádi, Hungary (29 September – 1 October, 2015). It provides an opportunity for professionals of the field to discuss how electronic and print media, computer games, and mobile phones impact the development of children and youth.