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.
Romania’s RCS&RDS does not need to borrow any more money at this stage for its projects, according to Sergei Bulgac, the company’s CEO.
Orange Romania grew its TV subscriber base by 75.4% in 2015, ending the year with 275,000.
Digi CZ, the operator of the Czech DTH platform Nova Digi TV, plans to launch an internet TV service this summer.
Digital cable and IPTV services continue to gain in popularity in Hungary and were received in 40.5% of all pay-TV homes as of the end of last year.
Over 40% of digital TV subscribers in Hungary now opt for cable or IPTV services, according to the latest data published by the regulator NMHH.
Romania’s RCS&RDS (Digi) has introduced new lower charges for its fixed internet services.
Digi slightly strengthened its position in Hungary’s fixed broadband market in November, while the market leader Telekom saw its share fall and UPC remained unchanged.
Romania’s RCS&RDS has completed the modernisation of its national and international data transmission network.