However, according to the company’s latest set of results, published by ZF, its DTH RGU total fell by around 6.9% to 605,000 over the same period. This was due to a number of DTH subscribers terminating their contracts, moving to competitors or switching from Digi’s DTH to cable services.
Meanwhile, the number of internet and fixed and fixed data RGUs in Romania increased by 7.1% in the year to September 30 to around 2.09 million.
Digi had total revenues of €684 million (+10.8%) in Romania, Hungary and Spain in the first nine months of this year, while its net profit increased from €17.8 million to €44.2 million.
In Romania, its revenues amounted to €491 million (+9.6%), with cable accounting for €136 million of the total.
Revenues were €113 million (+12.8%) in Hungary and €67 million (+7.4%) in Spain in the first nine months of this year.
Digi is the leading provider of cable and DTH services in its home market Romania and also has a strong presence in neighbouring Hungary’s electronic communications marketplace