The Croatian regulator HAKOM has put back the deadline for discontinuing broadcasts in DVB-T/MPEG-2 and transitioning to DVB-T2 for at least six months.
Croatia’s pay-TV market continues to be dominated by IPTV, with the technology accounting for around 52% of connections as of the end of last year.
The Croatian government has chosen Osijek to be the country’s first 5G city.
The number of IPTV subscribers in Croatia stood at 435,220 at the end of the third quarter, or 4.76% more than in the same period last year.
New rules that come into effect at the beginning of 2020 will make internet access more affordable in Croatia.
Croatian telcos invested a total of HRK735 million (€98.8 million) in the construction of fixed and mobile networks and in related equipment in the first half of this year.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced that the use of the DVB-T MPEG-2 system will cease as soon as May 25, 2020 in some regions of the country.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has fined Hrvatski Telekom (HT) as much as HRK28 million (€3.76 million) for not providing it with retail prices under which it sells services.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has made two important decisions related to the country’s electronic communications market.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM says it has received one bid for the operation of the DVB-T2 multiplexes M1, M2 and L1.