According to ZF, Direct One is owned by the Romanian entrepreneurs Teofil Muresan and Simion Muresan and operates a national fibre-optic network of over 5,500km that provides exclusive connections between cities.
Netcity is meanwhile operated by Netcity Telecom.
It has a licence obtained from Bucharest City Hall and its network in the Romanian capital is currently around 1,000km long.
Netcity had a turnover of RON€40.4 million (€9.1 million) in 2015, or 3% more than a year earlier.
Its net profit was RON14.5 million (+33%) and it had debts of RON58.1 million.