Nearly 2/3 of Internet users call, videoconference with VoIP


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Around 64% of Hungarian internet users make voice calls or videoconferences using VoIP services, reports the Hungarian news agency MTI, citing a study conducted by the National Authority for Media and Information Communication (NMHH).

About 47% of internet users reported calling and video conferencing with Facebook Messenger, while 19% use Viber and 19% use Skype. Messenger is more popular with women, while men show a preference for Skype and Microsoft Teams, NMHH noted.

Almost half of Hungarians who use VoIP telephony have mobile contracts which allow unlimited use of these applications.

Around 36% of companies with ten or more employees report that at least one of their employees uses Internet telephony, while the rate rises to 44% for companies with at least 250 employees.

About 27% of businesses use Skype most often, while 25% prefer Viber and 23% Messenger. About 16% use Teams the most.

About 37% of businesses said using mobile phones saved them money on mobile telecom costs.

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