Messaging in Hungary

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Mobile operators users (Ths.)

Mobile market shares

Messaging price in Hungary

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Country info

CapitalBudapest
LanguageHungarian
Budapest timezoneGMT+2
Current time19/09 07:26
CurrencyFt (HUF)
VAT27.00%
Population9 772 756
Cellular users11 983 000
Mobile penetration122.62%
Country codeHU
Calling code+36
Mobile number portability, MNPYes
Mobile country code, MCC216
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Major mobile carriers in Hungary

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MCCMNCMCCMNCCarrierOther names
2160121601Bulk and OTP SMS on Telenor via MessaggioTelenorPannon
2160321603Bulk and OTP SMS on DIGIMobil via MessaggioDIGIMobil

Launched 05/2019

2163021630Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekomT-Mobile, Westel, Magyar Telekom
21670Bulk and OTP SMS on Vodafone via MessaggioVodafoneUPC Mobile
2167121671Bulk and OTP SMS on Vodafone via MessaggioVodafone

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MCCMNC in Hungary

21601, 21603, 21630, 21670

There are 6 MVNOs (Mobile virtual network operators) in Hungary. Virtual operators might either obtain dedicated MCCMNC code, or just a white-label from one of the carriers, without mobile network code.
  • 2FA (Two factors authentification)
  • OTP (One time password)
  • A2P (Application to persons)
  • P2A (Persons to application)
  • RBM (Rich business messaging)
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MVNO Mobile virtual network operators in Hungary

MCCMNCMCCMNCMVNOOther namesBase network
216Bulk and OTP SMS on Tarr via MessaggioTarr

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

216Bulk and OTP SMS on Blue Mobile via MessaggioBlue Mobile

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

216Bulk and OTP SMS on MOL via MessaggioMOL

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

216Bulk and OTP SMS on Vidanet via MessaggioVidanet

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

216Bulk and OTP SMS on Netfone via MessaggioNetfone

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

216Bulk and OTP SMS on Nord Telekom via MessaggioNord Telekom

Bulk and OTP SMS on Telekom via MessaggioTelekom

MVNO is an addition to a regular telecom operator, which is a different on the same physical network.

The biggest difference between the different MVNOs is that they don’t have their own dedicated base stations, cell towers, or transmitters.

There are 2 different types of MVNOs: independent networks with their own network code and call routing, or a network with only a base operator SIM card with a different design.

MVNOs have their own autonomous network for sending shorter messages (including RCS and SMS), and utilize their operator’s parent network.

Users usually don’t understand the difference between MVNO and the main operator brands – they just compare the rates.

MVNO tariffs are very profitable locally, but even more expensive are the roaming tariffs that are pricier than the parent operator.

MVNOs also change brands a lot, and in the column of the “Other Names” table you’ll see the prior names of the virtual operator (if there are any).

Sometimes the operator purchases a MVNO company based solely on its network. They then merge their own brand with this new one they’ve purchased. When this happens, the MVNO no longer exists as a separator operator, and a brand-new entry is added to the MCCMNC networks that the operator has.

Obsolete, inactive and special types of mobile operators in Hungary

MCCMNCMCCMNCCarrierOther names
2160221602MVM Net Ltd.

For government use

2160421604Invitech ICT Services

MNC withdrawn

21670012167001Externet
2169921699MAVHungarian State Railways, Magyar Államvasutak

There are cases when mobile network codes are occupied not by mobile carriers, but government structures (military, railway, landline phone authorities), fixed and broadband internet providers, scientific organisations, etc. Some MCCMNCs belong to obsolete legal entities, acquired by other market players or went to bankruptcy, but codes are kept for a certain period for legacy purposes.