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NMHH: SIM card replacement has become safer
To keep your data and assets safe, a simple authorisation is no longer enough when you replace your SIM card. The NMHH asked Telekom, Telenor and Vodafone to introduce new procedures after reviewing the practices of the service providers.
NMHH inquiry on SMS fees
Based on the notification of the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH), service providers are presumed to follow a unified practice for pricing SMS termination and mass SMSs since their rates are roughly the same but high in international comparison.
This is how you can find out what service is behind the premium rate numbers
All communications service providers have a legal obligation to maintain an authentic and up-to-date list of premium rate telephone and SMS services, and as a responsible consumer you can check these numbers in advance with two simple searches.
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.
NMHH: Vodafone did not comply with statutory provisions in last year’s data reconciliation
Hundreds of thousands of Vodafone prepaid subscribers can expect new data reconciliation if last year they were not verified by the mobile operator against statutory provisions when the operator used its own registered data instead of the fresh data provided by subscribers as the baseline.
No financial damages will be incurred when answering suspicious foreign calls
However, the NMHH and service providers caution users from returning the calls, as extra costs can be incurred. Moreover, business-like offers can be received in the future as well.
Prepaid SIM card owners only have three days left for reconciliation
NMHH: Two bidders won 80 MHz in the 3400-3800 MHz band
On 7 June the National Media and Infocommunications Authority of Hungary (NMHH) announced the winners of the auction procedure for acquiring frequency usage rights in the 3400-3800 MHz frequency band. DIGI Távközlési és Szolgáltató Kft. and Vodafone Magyarország Zrt, the winners in the upper and lower band, respectively, together offered HUF 896.6 million for the ten user basic blocks in total to utilise the 3400-3800 MHz frequency band.
NMHH: Digi and Vodafone applied for the 3400–3800 MHz band
DIGI Távközlési és Szolgáltató Kft. and Vodafone Magyarország Zrt. can compete for the spectrum right.