The incumbent Slovenian telco Telekom Slovenije ended 2009 with 105,108 IPTV subscribers in its home market, or 59% more than a year earlier.
As of the end 2009, it claimed a 61.3% share of the IPTV market in Slovenia. The telco also had 210,169 fixed broadband connections, an increase of 10% on the previous year. It share of the broadband market stood at 46.9%.
Meanwhile in Kosovo’s, Telekom Slovenije’s Ipko ended 2009 with nearly 43,000 digital cable subscribers, having launched a service only nine months earlier.
In Macedonia, its subsidiary ONE launched a digital TV service named BoomTV in November 2009 and ended the year with over 11,000 customers, while in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Netcom, a cable operator based in Banja Luka and owned by Telekom Slovenije, had 13,000 subscribers at year’s end.