NEM Zagreb 2021, which was due to be held in December, has been cancelled. As a result, the next NEM Zagreb event will take place in December 2022.
United Group’s Telemach Hrvatska says it is acting within the law in using fibre-optic infrastructure inside buildings.
The Croatian capital Zagreb is set to become the first 10 Giga city in Europe.
Pay-TV penetration now stands at around 60% in Croatia.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has chosen Nokia and Ericsson as partners in the rollout of the 5G networks in Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM) has allocated radio frequency spectrum in the 700 MHz (758-788 / 703-733), 3600 MHz (3400-3800 MHz) and 26 GHz frequency bands (26, 5-27.5 GHz) for 5G mobile communications networks.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) ended the first half with 533,000 TV customers in its home market Croatia.
Talks between United Media and the Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) have successfully concluded.
Croatia has made a breakthrough in its attempts to reduce the adverse effects on its terrestrial TV services in 470-694 MHz and 5G mobile networks in the 700 MHz bands due to interference from Italy.
United Group has reached an agreement with Hrvatski Telekom (HT) and Zagrebacka Banka to acquire a majority stake in the Croatian operator Optima Telekom for an undisclosed fee.