In a statement summarising its first year of operation since being acquired by the Czech holding Lama Energy Group from Romania’s RCS&RDS, the company says that it has concluded that the number of viewers accessing TV content over the internet and on mobile devices will increase in the future.
With this in mind, it began to offer fixed internet access at up to 40 Mbps on March 1 this year.
Digi CZ says that hundreds of millions of crowns has been invested in the DTH platform in the last year, prior to which it employed technically obsolete equipment and offered only a limited number of TV channels.
Its customers began to receive new Kaon set-top boxes last October and new CA modules from the following month.
Meanwhile, the programme offer has been increased from 55 channels plus a film package to over 100 channels, 17 of which are in HD, and three packages.
Furthermore, Digi CZ now holds exclusive rights to the Premier League, having shared them before its change of ownership.
Subscribers are also offered Spain’s La Liga on an exclusive basis and the company is negotiating more sports deals.