Romanian cableco sets targets
By Chris Dziadul
| June 9, 2009
Romania’s Digital Cable Systems (DCS) expects to post a turnover of RON103 million (€24.6 million) this year, or 10% more than in 2008.
Quoted in ZF, its head Dino Malacopol said that the company aims to extend its fixed line service Dial Telecom, ensuring that it provides at least 15% of revenues.
DCS is a triple play, operating Romania’s third largest cable network (after RCS/RDS and UPC) and a DTH platform using the brand name Akta.
It is backed by AIG Capital Partners.