As of the end of H1 the company had 4,960,000 RGUs, up from 4,300,000 a year earlier. It also saw strong growth (18.9%) in its fixed internet and data RGU total, which stood at 3,543,000 as of the end of June.
In its latest results, the company says that both contributed to revenue growth in the country, with the Q2 total of €215.1 million being 14.5% higher than in the same quarter last year. Revenue growth was also helped by a networking agreement between RCS&RDS and Digital Cable Systems, AKTA, that cam came into effect. However, currency depreciation resulted in a 2% YoY reduction in ARPU to €4.9.
Meanwhile in Hungary, Digi saw its pay-TV RGU total fall by 1.5% to 923,000 in the year to June 30, while its fixed internet and data RGU total rose by 0,7% to 742,000. Its RAPU fell by 6.5% to €5.8.
Hungarian revenues in Q2 amounted to €48.8 million, or 3.4% less than in the same period last year.