Elisa has been awarded the first 5G licence in Estonia by the country’s Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority (TTJA).
Almost 75% of Estonians have tried at least one streaming service.
Samsung TV sets are now the most popular sold in Estonia.
The Estonian operator Elisa has appointed two more executives to its senior management team.
The Estonian operator Elisa has decided to suspend 11 more Russian language channels from it offer.
The Estonian operator Elisa has decided to terminate its current contract with Nord Print, which distributes Russian TV channels.
Elisa ended 2021 with 200,000 subscribers for its cable and FTA TV services in Estonia.
YouTube is arguably the most popular streaming platform in Estonia, while users on average spend the most time on Netflix.
Estonia’s Elisa decided to combine all its digital entertainment services – Elisa Elamus, Elisa Huub, Elisa Raamat and Elisa Stage – in one division.
The Nordic Entertainment Group (NENT Group) streaming service Viaplay has been made available to Elisa customers in Estonia.