Quoted by N1, which like Telemach is part of United Group, Telemach CEO Adrian Jezina added that the company’s fibre network will achieve national coverage either at the end of this year or in early 2023.
He continued: “We achieved everything planned in less than a year, and this shows the company’s capabilities with the support of the parent United Group”. Telemach has replaced and / or upgraded almost all 1,200 mobile base stations and so far covered Zagreb, Zadar and Split with a fast 10 Giga optical network, while Osijek will be completed soon.
Jezina also said that the company everything planned on its networks in 2023. This will put it ahead of other telcos in the region.
Meanwhile, Nenad Slibar, member of the management board of Telemach and CTO, said that everything Telemach Croatia has done so far has been human and financially demanding, especially the separation from Swedish models (inherited with the purchase of the former Tele2) and localisation of its business.
The number of employees has increased many times and is now about 700. In addition, all operations have been transferred to Croatia, and two user call centres have been opened.