Services are available at main post offices all over the country
and at the Telecommunications Information and Service Office,
Petõfi Sándor u., Budapest.
ISPs include Matáv.
There are Internet cafes in larger towns throughout Hungary.
Airmail takes 3 days to 1 week to reach other European destinations.
In addition to the main post office, the offices at West and
East railway stations in Budapest are open daily 0700-2100
hrs. Stamps are available from tobacconists and post offices.
Post office hours: Monday-Friday
0800-1800 hrs, Saturday 0700-1400 hrs.
National dailies include Magyar Hírlap,
Népszabadság and Népszava.
English-language newspapers include the Budapest Business
Journal, Budapest Week, The
Budapest Sun, Courier Diplomatique, The Hungarian
Economy, The Hungarian Observer
and The Hungarian Quarterly.
World Service and Voice
of America radio stations can be received. From time to
time the frequencies change and the most up-to-date can be
Available at main post offices all over the country and at
the Telecommunications Information and Service Office, Petõfi
Sándor u., Budapest.
- land line
IDD is available.
dialing code is 36
Public telephones are operated by Ft100, Ft50, Ft20 and Ft10
coins or by telephone cards.
international code is 00
GSM 900 and 1800 networks.
Network operators are: