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Mobile Internet connection – wanted all year round

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With the proliferation of smartphones and tablet computers, the number of mobile Internet users is growing steadily in Hungary, and has by now reached 2.6 million. Even though mobile Internet access may be especially important in the summer holiday season, we cannot do without it in the rest of the year either: people are online always and everywhere. This time,…

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Olympics on TV and online: 600,000 to follow games on smartphones in Hungary

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Adult Hungarian Internet users are committed sports fans: 69%, i.e. over 3.5 million people plan to watch the Rio Olympic Games. Seven out of 10 respondents want to see all sports in which Hungarian athletes participate. Smartphones, tablet computers and (mobile) Internet access provide more opportunities to cheer for sportsmen than ever before. The latest survey in eNET-Telekom’s “Report on…

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Music to my smartphoned ears

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98% of adult Hungarian Internet users listen to music at least once a month. To almost two thirds of them, music is amongst the 10 most important things in life. So it is no coincidence that the proliferation of smartphones and music streaming services has been favourably received: they not only allow us to take selected tracks with ourselves but…

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Smartphones: paving the way for other gadgets

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A new generation of mobile phones is arriving as 4G (also called LTE) mobile broadband networks gain ground across the globe, including Hungary. But how much do users perceive of that? How open are they to new devices that allow them to take advantage of the new network speed? The latest research document by eNET-Telekom, titled “Report on the Internet…

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eNET – Telekom: More than one fourth of the Hungarian population are already smartphone users

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At the end of the last year, 29% of the adult Hungarian population had smartphones. The 2.4 million smartphones are owned mainly by young people, males, the more educated and people living in Budapest. Among users, 60% use the Internet, while somewhat less send emails and visit social sites on their phones – according to the survey of e-NET-Telekom’s Report…

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Mobile Internet Has Been a Success in the Competition among Internet Access Technologies

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The number of internet subscriptions in Hungary exceeded 2.4 million at the end of the first half of 2004, propelled largely by the growth in mobile internet services over the past year. At year-end 2008 a higher percentage of the population used mobile internet services in Hungary than in Norway or China, the September 2009 Report on the Internet Economy by GKIeNET – T-Home – T-Mobile reveals.

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Internet Subscriptions in Hungary Reached 2.2 Million in 2008

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In 2008 the number of landline internet subscriptions in Hungary increased by more than 200 thousand over a one-year period, fueled by the growing internet demand of households. Beginning in mid-2008, however, the expansion of mobile internet service became the driving force of the growth: Following its launch in 2007, hundreds of thousands of people decided to subscribe to mobile…

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High Inflation Unfavorably Impacts Telecom Spending

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GKIeNET – T-Home – T-Mobile: High Inflation Unfavorably Impacts Telecom Spending The 8% inflation in 2007 has also reduced the real value of household incomes. GKIeNet, in an analysis of CSO’s latest household statistics, points out that households spent less on telecommunication devices and underlying services in 2007 than they had in 2006, owing to the high inflation and the…

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