A new mobile operator and everyone dreams of lower prices: justified? And how much lower are they?

The news of the upcoming new mobile telecom operator immediately raises hopes here for lower prices for mobile calling and surfing. Because we still perform less well in that area than our neighboring countries, as a study by the Belgian telecom watchdog BIPT shows. Is this hope for improvement justified? Here are the numbers.

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Telecom operator DIGI wants to enter the market with "prices never seen before in Belgium." That is what DIGI Belgium's top executive, Jeroen Degadt, said Thursday at the official opening of its new headquarters in Brussels. DIGI Belgium is a joint venture between Belgium's Citymesh, which offers telecom services to companies, and Romanian telecom group DIGI, which already operates in four European countries (in addition to Romania, Spain, Portugal and Italy) with a total of 24 million customers. Next summer, the operator will launch its offer in which it aims to "combine fair prices with a reliable network and quality customer service."

Brussels - The ball is in the court, Jeroen Degadt will become the General Manager of telecom operator DIGI Belgium. After previous successful launches in Romania, Italy, Spain and Portugal, Jeroen will lead the Belgian expansion. And he could use some help with that. In the coming months, there will be more than 100 vacancies at DIGI Belgium. All the more reason to get inside Jeroen's head.