The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for 5G frequencies.
Almost half (46%) of homes in Slovenia with internet access receive their service via a fibre connection.
The overwhelming majority of households with broadband connections in Slovenia also opt to receive a TV service from the same provider.
Slovenia’s Agency for Communication Networks and Services (AKOS) has expressed serious concerns about a draft law on Publics Agency for Financial Markets.
The market share of quad play packages has grown steadily in Slovenia since their launch and stood at 40.5% at the end of the second quarter.
Almost nine in 10 broadband connections in Slovenia now also include a TV service.
IPTV accounted for 54.7% of pay-TV homes in Slovenia in the first quarter, according to the latest figures published by the regulator AKOS.
The Slovenian regulator AKOS has provided an overview of its licensing plans for 5G services in the country.
The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for two licences for national DTT broadcasting in the country.
IPTV accounted for over half (54.3%) of all pay-TV homes in Slovenia at the end of last year.