The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) ended the third quarter with 538,000 TV subscribers in its home market.
The Croatian operator Telemach has introduced 10 Giga services in the country’s five largest cities and is now rolling them out in smaller locations.
Croatia ended the second quarter with a total of 932,187 subscribers to pay-TV services.
Iskon Internet is being merged into the Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT), with the process due to be completed on January 1, 2024.
Boris Gotovac and Vladimir Skender have been appointed to the leadership team at A1 Croatia as chief director for IT and services and chief network director respectively.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has added the latest devices, higher broadband speeds and new packages to its Magenta1 offer.
The Croatian Telecommunications Union (HST) has announced a protest for the employees of A1 Hrvatska in Zagreb on October 7.
Croatia’s Agency for the Protection of Market Competition (AZTN) has initiated proceedings against the Zagreb-based company HD-Win-Arena Sport to determine if it distorts competition in the distribution of sports content […]
A1 Croatia plans to invest up to €200 million in modernising its network and IT infrastructure this year.
CME’s streaming platform Voyo has made its debut in Croatia on RTL, replacing the broadcaster’s existing service Play Premium.