By July, in another wave of development, the DIGI Mobil network became available in 32 additional settlements.
In July, the fourth Hungarian mobile service provider, DIGI Távközlési Kft., Made the DIGI Mobile service available in another 32 settlements without the need for new frequency bands or partners.
progressing slowly but surely with the construction of the network, the animated map below, which reflects the situation last December and June this year (thus covering a quasi-half year), shows that it would be quite lengthy to build a nationwide network with available tools.
The above map is a good illustration of why DIGI desperately needs the new spectrum that it can acquire in the forthcoming sales process of the National Media and Communications Authority (NMHH), where it was originally used to provide GSM services, and 2022 It will be possible to (re) apply for licenses for the 900 and 1800 MHz blocks expiring in In this procedure, DIGI's stated intention to start – and obviously win – this has already been explained by the company's representatives, but in the meantime the switch-on of the stations is progressing at a comedic pace.
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