Internet subscriptions - particularly mobile - well up in 2013

March 2014
Hungary A.M.;3/21/2014, p7
The article reports on the 19% increase in the number of internet subscriptions in 2013 in Hungary, particularly in mobile internet, based from the data released by the Central Statistics Office (KSH).


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