Romania’s leading pay-TV operator RCS&RDS attracted more mobile customers from other companies than other providers in the first three months of this year.
RCS&RDS (Digi) plans to invest the same amount (€210 million) this year as in 2016, according to Serghei Bulgac, the company’s CEO and chairman of the board of directors.
Magyar Telekom remains the leading provider of fixed broadband services in Hungary, while the country’s main alternative telco Invitel is not raising its market share.
RCS&RDS (Digi) is preparing for a listing on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, with investors set to sell 20-30% of shares in the company.
RCS&RDS (Digi) has no competition in almost half the area covered by its fixed network in Romania.
RCS Management, the company through which Zoltan Teszari controls Romania’s leading pay-TV operator RCS&RDS, plans to acquire up to 21,000 of its owns shares for over €23 million.
Romania’s leading cable and DTH operator RCS&RDS (Digi) now has over 3 million subscribers for its Digi Mobile service.
Romania’s RCS&RDS (Digi) had revenues of €156.3 million in the third quarter, or 13.6% more than in the same perido last year.
Cable Communications Systems, the parent company of Romania’s RCS&RDS (Digi), had an operating profit of €20.6 million in the third quarter.
Romania’s RCS&RDS plans to invest over €200 million a year, with the main objective being growing its mobile business.