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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Outdated 3G-enabled mobile devices will be replaceable to modern, at least 4G-enabled phones at almost 700 dealerships of almost fifty dealers all around Hungary.
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.
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).
Details of funding programme for mobile device replacement made available
The details of the targeted, large-scale funding programme for the replacement of mobile devices announced by the NMHH and the Hungarian Ministry of Innovation and Technology in October have been made public.
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The owners of outdated telephones not suitable for mobile internet can receive a HUF 20 thousand modernisation grant for replacement.
As 3G says goodbye, infocommunications authority focuses on consumer protection
It is up to the service providers to decide on the date of the switch-off, the aim of the authority is to protect consumers and to provide the information necessary for informed decisions.
Holidays with grandchildren: conscious use of smartphones can bring generations closer together
More than two-thirds of Hungarian parents rely on grandparents to place their children in summer, and 33 percent entrust their grandchildren to them for at least a full month.
Electronic communications round table: we need future-proof solutions to prepare for the post-3G world
Infocommunications Authority launches national campaign to develop digital skills of the elderly
When it comes to technology, people over 65 rely mainly on younger members of their family – which is why the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) is targeting both the elderly and their helpers in its latest communication campaign.