DIGI enters mobile market
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Hungarian telecom services provider DIGI Kft. announced the launch of mobile services on its own network on Monday, according to state news wire MTI.
DIGI said the rollout was the result of four years of planning, investment and implementation.
The company already offers subscribers fixed-line cable television, internet and telephone services, as well as satellite television.
DIGI will continue to develop its mobile network and expand coverage, said Dragoş Spătaru, who heads DIGI and Invitel, which DIGI acquired a year ago.
DIGI is selling its own branded handsets with the launch of the service as well, according to MTI. In addition to Hungary, DIGI has a market presence in Romania, Spain and Italy.
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