3G Will Dominate Hungary's Mobile Services Market by 2012

Revenue from 3G-based mobile services will grow rapidly over the next four years in Hungary and will overtake 2.5G service revenue by 2012 as more subscribers migrate to broadband mobile data services, according to a new report from Pyramid Research. The telecom market in Hungary generated US$5.2 billion in service revenue in 2008 and will be worth US$5.6 billion by 2013, said Pyramid Research. Article

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