Romanian-owned Digi (RCS&RDS) is the third largest cable operator in Europe after Altice and Liberty Global.
Romania’s leading pay-TV operator Digi has posted net profits of €15.29 million for the first half of this year.
The Czech Republic’s Digi TV has secured exclusive rights to Italy’s Serie A for the next three seasons.
The Hungarian competition authority GVH has approved the acquisition of Invitel, the country’s leading alternative telco, by Digi.
Digi plans to make 1Gbps fibre internet available to all the homes it covers in Hungary within the next two years.
A US court has upheld a request by Digi to annul a claim of $1.8 million made against it by a group of US businessmen in 2017.
Digi has informed the Hungarian regulator NMHH that it has set June 15 as the new date for the launch of mobile telephony services in the country.
The Czech broadcaster Digi CZ has added 12 more channels to the basic package of its internet TV service Dig2Go.
The Romanian telco Digi has secured a short-term loan of €200 million.
Almost one in five (17%) of Digi’s customers in Romania opted for quintuple-play services as of the end of June.