Romania’s RCS&RDS (Digi) has announced a series of increases in its cable and internet subscription fees.
Romania’s leading pay-TV operator RCS&RDS (Digi) has undertaken its first football broadcast in Ultra HD.
Romania’s RCS&RDS (Digi) plans to employ an additional 300 staff in Timisoara and the capital, Bucharest.
Europe’s third largest cable operator Digi Communications aims to achieve a turnover of €1 billion this year.
The Romanian regulator ANCOM has ruled that RCS&RDS (Digi) should open up its infrastructure in the city of Oradea to all other providers who wish to use it.
Romanian-owned Digi (RCS&RDS) is the third largest cable operator in Europe after Altice and Liberty Global.
Digi Communications has announced the end of a series of disputes with Antena Group, one of Romania’s leading commercial broadcasters.
Romania’s Digi Communications has posted a net profit of RON68 million (€14.8 million) for the first quarter, or 6.5% less than in the corresponding period last year.
Dutch-registered Digi Communications has granted a €10 million loan to its daughter company RCS&RDS, the leading cable and internet services operator in Romania.
Almost one in five (17%) of Digi’s customers in Romania opted for quintuple-play services as of the end of June.