4iG, through its subsidiaries Vodafone Hungary, Digi Hungary and Antenna Hungaria, has chosen Nagra as its system integrator and solution partner to lead the migration to a feature-rich, next-generation multi-device […]
The acquisition of Vodafone Hungary has helped the info communications group 4iG report a huge increase in profits and almost a tripling of its EBITDA in one year.
Hungary’s 4iG and the Government of Montenegro have mutually terminated their inherited litigations and confirmed their future strategic cooperation in a Memorandum of Understanding.
4iG’s subsidiary Antenna Hungária has entered into an agreement to sell MIS Omega Mobilhálózat, which owns Digi mobile infrastructure.
Hungary’s 4iG may expand its IT/SI business into global markets in the near future, through joint ventures with Rheinmetall.
Digi Hungary, which is wholly owned by 4iG’s Antenna Hungária, plans to sell some of its assets in the near future.
The info-communications group 4iG has announced a share swap involving PPF Group subsidiaries, Vodafone Hungary and the Hungarian state.
The Hungarian info and communications company 4iG has raised its stake in Spacecom to 20%.
Israel’s Ministry of Communications (MOC) has approved 4iG’s acquisition of a further stake in Spacecom.
Hungary’s 4iG has appointed new senior executives in order to integrate Vodafone Hungary and the existing telecommunications portfolio.