However, reports BBJ, quoting the news agency MTI, it has also imposed certain conditions on the deal.
They include a requirement for Digi to sell the Invitel networks it has acquired in 16 locations from Invitel within a six-month period.
It also has exit from lease contracts with independent fixed-line telcos in 25 locations.
As previously reported by Broadband TV News, Digi agreed to buy the retail and small business customers of Invitel for around HUF43 billion (€140.8 million) in July 2017.
Invitel has been owned by the China-CEE fund (CEE Equity) since early 2017, while Digi, a leading player in Hungary’s pay-TV market, is owned by Romania’s RCS&RDS.