Telemach Hrvatska has completed the acquisition and merger of the DTH platform Total TV.
Thanks to the national coverage provided by Total TV via satellite, Telemach is now available in every corner of Croatia, without geographical restrictions.
Commenting on the development, Telemach’s CEO Adrian Jezina said: “At Telemach, we want to build a relationship based on trust with our users, and we are strongly committed to the goal of becoming the operator with the best user experience on the market. Everything we do is directed in this direction, including the merger of Optima and Total TV, which we successfully implemented in just one month. Thanks to this, Telemach can now offer a complete spectrum of telecommunications services to citizens in every corner of Croatia, which will contribute to stronger digitization of the country, and thus to its further progress. By integrating Optima, we have combined expertise in mobile services with expertise in fixed services, and with Total TV we are growing further by unifying our competencies and enriching the TV experience, which is now being upgraded with additional content that can be used even in the most inaccessible places. With easier access to a wide range of high-quality services, users throughout Croatia will have the opportunity to choose the services they want and need in the future, and Telemach will provide them with the best value for their trust”.
Broadband TV News notes that Total TV was previously part of United Group, the owner of Telemach, before being sold to V-Investment Holdings in January 2018. This was done in order to facilitate its acquisition of the Croatian national commercial broadcaster Nova TV from CME.