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Proximus Digi Citymesh mobile services

Proximus agrees with Digi and Citymesh on mobile services and infrastructure

Proximus, the Belgian telecommunications company, has announced that it has signed an exclusive 5-year agreement with Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect to offer wholesale access on its mobile network. Proximus Digi Citymesh mobile services

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The contract sets out the terms for the delivery of mobile wholesale services on a national scale. In the framework of the agreement, Proximus will also propose its mobile sites to be decommissioned in the context of the ongoing consolidation (around 400) for acquisition to InSky, the company responsible for deploying the infrastructure of Digi and Citymesh.In the framework of the agreement, Proximus will also propose its mobile sites to be decommissioned in the context of the ongoing consolidation (around 400) for acquisition to InSky, the company responsible for deploying the infrastructure of Digi and Citymesh.I am convinced we have reached an agreement that benefits all parties involved. The fact that Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect choose to collaborate with Proximus, highlights our mobile excellence and proves the strength of our open network strategy, allowing us to capture value out of the capacity, coverage and performance of our gigabit networks, said Guillaume Boutin, CEO of the Proximus Group. Proximus Digi Citymesh mobile services

About Proximus Digi Citymesh mobile services

Proximus is the largest telecommunications company in Belgium, with a market share of around 40%. It offers a wide range of services, including fixed and mobile telephony, internet access, and television.

Proximus has a strong network infrastructure, with coverage in all parts of Belgium. It also has a good reputation for customer service.

However, Proximus has been facing increasing competition from smaller, newer players in the Belgian telecom market. These companies are offering lower prices and more innovative services, which is putting pressure on Proximus’s market share.

In order to remain competitive, Proximus has been investing in its network and services. It has also been launching new products and services, such as its 5G network.

Here are some of the key benefits of the agreement for Proximus:

  • Increased revenue: Proximus will generate additional revenue from the wholesale services it provides to Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect.
  • Reduced costs: Proximus will be able to reduce its costs by decommissioning some of its mobile sites.
  • Increased scale: The agreement will allow Proximus to increase the scale of its mobile business.
  • Improved customer service: The agreement will allow Proximus to improve its customer service by offering a wider range of mobile services.

 

Here are some of the key benefits of the agreement for Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect:

  • Access to a high-quality mobile network: Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect will be able to offer their customers access to Proximus’s high-quality mobile network.
  • Reduced costs: Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect will be able to reduce their costs by not having to build their own mobile network.
  • Increased scale: The agreement will allow Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect to increase the scale of their mobile businesses.
  • Improved customer service: The agreement will allow Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect to improve their customer service by offering a wider range of mobile services.

 

Overall, the agreement between Proximus and Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect is a positive development for all involved companies. It will allow Proximus to continue to grow its mobile business while also reducing its costs. It will also allow Digi Communications Belgium and Citymesh Connect to offer their customers access to a high-quality mobile network without having to build their own network.

 

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