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Digi Hungary starts petition against exclusion from 5G tender

Tuesday 29 September 2020 | 13:20 CET | News
Digi Hungary is trying to put pressure on local telecom authority NMHH by starting a petition over its exclusion from the 5G auction. The operator is collecting signatures from people who back its entrance in the 5G auction, according to local publication HWSW.hu. The company targets both its customers and the general public who support more competition, saying they can express their sympathy with the service provider by signing the petition on the Digi website and at sales points. 

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Companies: Digi
Countries: Hungary
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