Digi’s mobile customer base is stagnant

Digi Communications NV’s Hungarian subsidiary Digi Távközlési Kft.

According to the parent company’s third-quarter business report released last Friday, the company had 187,000 mobile phone customers on September 30, up 23,000 from a year earlier. However, growth has gradually slowed since the middle of the year, with the report showing an increase in the mobile base of just four thousand subscriptions compared to the end of the second quarter.

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At the same time, the company continued its networking work in the third quarter, announcing at least partial coverage of 27 new settlements in August and 13 in September, and most recently announcing at the end of October that more than 900 settlements will now be available outdoors. thus, the nationwide outdoor coverage projected to the general public exceeds 90%.

Although the market was awaiting an agreement in the third quarter, the sale and purchase agreement between Digi’s parent company and 4iG, the letter of intent of which was published by the parties in March, was not finally reached by the date originally planned. The authorities of the Romanian-owned service provider announced the transaction in a conference call following the publication of the third quarterly business report, negotiations are ongoing between the parties, and the company does not wish to comment on the ongoing negotiations at any level.

In any case, the parties have not yet notified their intention to merge to the Hungarian Competition Authority, the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH), most recently when 4iG acquired direct control of Invitech ICT Services Kft., The process proved to be a formality lasting only a few days. – the parties announced their intention to merge on 14 September, which was authorized by the GVH three days later, on 17 September.


Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.

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