Digi Communications saw exceptional growth in its Romanian fixed services business in the year to September 30.
Hungary’s Metropolitan Court has dismissed a case brought by Digi Communications against a decision by the regulator NMHH to exclude it from an auction for 5G frequencies.
Digi Communications has posted record figures for fixed internet and cable RGUs in the markets in the two CEE markets it operates in.
Two million Romanians have become indirect shareholders in Digi Communications, the country’s leading provider of pay-TV services.
Digi Communications has issued a strong response to the Hungarian regulator NMHH’s decision to award 5G licences to three rival operators.
The Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) has issued another decision approving the acquisition of the alternative telco Invitel by Digi HU, a subsidiary of Digi Communications.
Digi Communications has posted a net profit of €41,787,000 for 2019, or over twice the €18,022,000 it made a year earlier.
Digi Communications has announced that its Romanian subsidiary RCS&RDS has successfully closed an offer of senior secured notes for a total value of $850 million.
Digi Communications had total revenues of €299.4 million in the third quarter, up from €270 million in the same period last year.
Digi Communications saw its Romanian cable RGU total grow by 9.5% to 3,447,000 in the year to June 30.