Telco Yettel Hungary has confirmed it will switch its 3G network off next month.
In a statement, the mobile operator revealed that the legacy service will be retired on November 13, 2023.
In doing so, Yettel will become the last Hungarian mobile network operator to turn off its 3G mobile network.
Magyar Telekom was the first Hungarian telco to fully close its 3G network in mid-2022, followed by Vodafone Hungary, which did so earlier this year.
Yettel noted that it's turning off 3G services operating in the 2,100MHz frequency band, after switching off the part operating in the 900MHz frequency band last year.
The operator said has so far switched off 3G around Lake Balaton and Lake Velence, which also affected the entire area of Veszprém and Székesfehérvár.
A number of mobile operators have switched off, or are in the process of switching off their 3G networks.