According to the latest results published by the company, it ended September with 3.2 million cable TV RGUs, or 8.7% more than a year earlier. At the same time, its fixed internet RGU total increased by 10.5% to 2.5 million.
Digi also strengthened its pay-TV position in Hungary, where its revenues, including those of Invitel, increased to €54.6 million in Q3.
It was the country’s second leading provider of fixed internet services, with a market share of over 25%, and had a 23% share in the fixed telephony sector. These factors, it points out, are prerequisites for the launch of mobile telephony services.
Digi, which also has a presence in Spain and Italy, had revenues of €270 million in Q3, or 17.3% more than a year earlier, while its adjusted EBITDA was 10.7% higher at €81.7 million.
At a group level, it had 3.9 million cable TV RGUs (+13%) and 3.2 million (+19%) fixed internet RGUs.
Its pay-TV RGU total stood at 4.8 million, compared to 4.4 million a year earlier.