Hungarian operators' number of TV subscriptions rose by 6,000 in September compared to August to reach a total of 3.292 million, according to a report by local telecommunications authority NMHH. In September, the number of subscriptions on wired networks (CATV and IPTV) rose by 12,000 to 2.293 million compared to August. Of these subscriptions, 858,930 were analogue, down from 866,017 one month earlier, and 1.434 million were digital TV subscriptions (cable or IPTV), up from 1.415 million in August. The number of households using satellite services (DTH, AD) decreased slightly to 893,234 from 898,551 in August, while the number of households using digital television, regardless of technology, rose to 2.433 million from 2.420 million. Of the service providers included in the report, taking all services into account, UPC is market leader with a market share of 26.8 percent, followed closely by Magyar Telekom (T-Home) with 25.4 percent, Digi with 25 percent, Invitel with 4.7 percent, MinDig TV Extra and Tarr each with 3 percent, ViDaNet with 2.2 percent, PR-Telekom with 2.1 percent, and Parisat with 0.6 percent. Other operators' combined market share was 7.3 percent. The report covers Hungary's twelve biggest digital television service providers, which control 80-85 percent of the market.