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.
The Commercial Court in Zagreb has ordered Davor Tomaskovic, the former head of Hrvatski Telekom (HT), and former HT board member Josef Jacob Mathias Thuerriegl and current Supervisory Board member Ivica Misetic to appear before a hearing.
The OTT platform Eon has made its debut in Croatia. As a result, the Sport Klub channels and news-based CNN affiliate N1 are now also available again to viewers across the country, along with the Discovery portfolio, including Eurosport.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has received a total of nine requests for participation in a public auction for 5G frequencies.
Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has reappointed CEO Konstantinos Nempis for a further three years, commencing April 1, 2022.
IPTV services were received in nearly a third (30.1%) of TV households in Croatia in the first quarter.
The Bulgarian incumbent telco Vivacom generated 29% of United Group’s revenues in the first quarter.