Digi Hungary launches new roaming tariffs

Digi Hungary launched new roaming tariffs for its mobile customers from 1 January, as part of its new range of mobile plans. Digi Hungary roaming
Subscribers of the DigiMobil Max, DigiMobil Plusz and Junior options will be able to use all the units in their plans when roaming in all EU member states and other European countries, but will have to pay increased surcharges compared to its test customers, reports .
Earlier this month, DIGI announce that will cease providing its ‘free’ mobile tariff at the end of this year, with existing DIGIMobil customers being offered a range of options to switch to new tariffs in the lead-up to the change, reports local tech news site HWSW. Since May 2019 DIGI has provided its mobile network services on a zero-monthly fee basis exclusively for its fixed internet, TV or telephony subscribers (including its subsidiary Invitel), giving users unlimited domestic mobile data traffic and free on-net calls/SMS.On its website, DIGI notes that monthly ‘premium’ DIGIMobil PLUS and DIGIMobil MAX tariff packages for DIGI and Invitel subscribers are valid from 1 January 2021 without contract commitment. Minimum monthly package cost is expected to be HUF500-HUF1,000 (USD1.60-USD3.20).

Hungary’s National Media & Infocommunications Authority (Nemzeti Media- es Hirkozlesi Hatosag, NMHH) confirmed on its website that the Metropolitan Court has dismissed a legal action from fixed and mobile operator DIGI, which had opposed the NMHH’s decision to exclude it from the country’s 5G frequency licence auction earlier this year. The court found that the regulator’s decision was based on a correct interpretation of the law. However, DIGI is permitted to launch an appeal.

The NMHH disallowed DIGI from entering a bid in the 5G spectrum licence auction, which went ahead in March 2020 with all three of DIGI’s main mobile rivals receiving 15-year 700MHz/3500MHz licences. DIGI appealed the regulator’s ruling, originally issued in September 2019 for failing to meet bidding eligibility criteria, but the NMHH’s second-instance decision two months later upheld its initial declaration.

Currently, DIGI is also protesting publicly about conditions imposed by the NMHH on Hungary’s next mobile frequency auction, which it fears will lead to its exclusion from the process once again. DIGI has so far gathered over 80,000 signatures for its petition on the matter.

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