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DIGI expands mobile network 

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DIGI has expanded its mobile telecommunications services to another 34 settlements in Hungary, boosting its coverage rate to 70% of the population, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI.

Romanian-owned DIGI said earlier that it had 136,000 mobile voice and data subscribers at the end of June. It also had 682,000 cable TV subscribers, 737,000 fixed-line internet subscribers, 650,000 fixed-line telephone subscribers and 255,000 satellite TV subscribers.

DIGI launched its mobile telecommunications business in 2019.

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