Pay-TV penetration now stands at around 60% in Croatia.
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.
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.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has received a total of nine requests for participation in a public auction for 5G frequencies.
IPTV services were received in nearly a third (30.1%) of TV households in Croatia in the first quarter.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has announced a public auction for the issue of 5G licences.
The regulator HAKOM has published a statement on channel changes to be made by A1 Croatia to its basic TV package.
Croatia ended 2020 with a total of 444,129 subscribers to IPTV services.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has carried out a multi-month investigation measuring interference from Italy on the reception of Croatian radio and TV services.
The transition from the current DVB-T system to DVB-T2/h.265 will take place in Croatia from October 27 to November 12.