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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.
Record number of calls and internet usage during second wave of pandemic
Domestic quarterly mobile internet traffic exceeded 126 million GByte at the end of 2020, compared to less than 100 million GByte a year earlier, according to the latest mobile market report on the the main indicators of mobile telephony, mobile internet and mobile M2M services published by the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) yesterday.
Ten things to consider when purchasing mobile phones
One of these considerations is for the device to have a large display and to support 4G or LTE mobile internet connections suitable for video calls.
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.
Due to the coronavirus, we are making more calls and using the Internet more frequently
Due to the coronavirus, there has been an approximately one-sixth increase in calls and one-third increase in Internet traffic in the first half of 2020, coupled with a one-fourth decrease in text messaging compared to the end of 2019.