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NMHH research: why doesn’t everyone use the internet?
Almost three-quarters of Hungarian households use wired internet, but one and a half million people do not use the internet at all.
NMHH survey: business subscribers say digital infrastructure performed well during first wave of pandemic
According to Hungarian business leaders, mobile and fixed internet networks worked practically perfectly in spring 2020, with an average rating of four-fifths.
Although fixed Internet access is still the most popular solution amongst subscribers, the penetration of mobile Internet connections has increased
Five out of six people have some form of Internet access at home via mobile or fixed Internet connections.
NMHH survey: high user rating for Hungarian communications networks
According to the market research conducted by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) late last year, consumers are generally satisfied with the Hungarian communications networks.
NMHH survey: declining rate of traditional media compared to the Internet among consumers
Half of Internet users no longer stay informed from television, radio or the print media.
NMHH survey: seventy per cent of internet users shop online
The findings of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority’s (NMHH) market research show that Hungarians have already been regularly using the internet for various administrative matters prior to the pandemic.
NMHH market research: fake news is most prominent on social media websites
The data from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority’s (NMHH) survey into the user habits of residential users shows that half of internet users have encountered fake news.
NMHH: a rádióműsorok vetélytársaivá válnak az egyénileg összeállított tartalmak
Research study by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) reports a five percentage point drop in radio listeners in one year, at the same time an increase in the number of those listening to the radio at least three hours per day.