The project was implemented on a national level over the course of one year and was made using an investment of EUR 3 million.
“According to a recent study, the ratio of internet users in Romania has increased tenfold, from 3.6 percent in 2000 up to 35.5 percent in 2010 in the urban areas. However, there are differences between the urban, small-urban and rural environment, which will lead to the growth of the market. We are confident in the chances of evolution of the rural areas over the next 3-5 years so that the gaps among the three areas will become less significant,” says Dinu Malacopol, CEO of DCS.
Internet services represent more than 25 percent within the total revenues of AKTA division and over the last two years, the number of internet subscribers posted annual growth in excess of 35 percent.
The company offers three types of internet subscriptions- of 8 Mbps, 14 Mbps and 20Mbps- and internet clients are split rather fairly among the three.
Digital Cable Systems was founded in 2005 and comprises two divisions- the AKTA division for residential consumers and Dial Telecom, the division for business customers.