Vodafone Hungary

Vodafone Hungary logo

Country

Company Name

Vodafone Magyarország Zrt.

Ownership Type

Subsidiary

Ownership/Controlling Entity

MNC

70

3G UMTS Frequency Bands

4G LTE Frequency Bands

Company Overview

Vodafone Hungary is a national mobile network operator in Hungary. The company began operations in 1999 after securing the third GSM 900/1800 MHz license of the country.

The company provides 2G GSM services over 900 and 1800 MHz, and in June 2007 launched a 3G UMTS over B1 (2100 MHz). The network was upgraded to HSPA+ in February 2010 and DC-HSPA+ in April 2012. A B8 (900 MHz) 3G service was implemented March 2012.

Vodafone launched its Hungarian 4G LTE service in November 2014 over B7 (2600 MHz) and B20 (800 MHz), initially limited to 75 Mbps. The service was expanded with the introduction of LTE-Advanced in February 2017, adding B3 (1800 MHz), and increasing B7 spectrum width to 20 MHz. April 2018 saw the network upgraded to gigabit LTE-A Pro, with 4X4 MIMO, 256 QAM, and 3C aggregation.

IoT Strategy

Vodafone Group announced the intention to deploy NB-IoT across Hungary in September 2018.

3G UMTS Network Information

Details on UMTS network deployments are shown below. Data are often incomplete due to commercial nature. Consult dossier text for further details.

Launch Date 2007-07 Status Active
UMTS BandPacket DataStatus
Active
Active
4G LTE Network Information

Details on LTE network deployments are shown below. Data are often incomplete due to commercial nature. Consult dossier text for further details.

Evolution Status Active [Launched 2014-11]
Max. MIMO Max. Modulation
Carrier Aggregation Features -
LTE BandChannel WidthStatus
10 MHz Active
20 MHz Active
10 MHz Active
IoT Network - NB-IoT (LTE Cat-NB1)
Technology Status Planned
Band Launch Date -

Services Available

As specialists in 3G, 4G, and 5G cellular technologies, our R-Spectrum team provides in-country technical services to most regions around the world. Operating on a contract basis we are often sent to remote and isolated regions to assist companies in establishing voice and data communications.

Through our R-Spectrum team, we help our clients visualise and understand mobile signal issues by offering a range of radio frequency modelling services for 2G GSM, 3G UMTS, 4G LTE, and 5G NR cellular technologies. The first step to solving any problem is to understand the problem.