The Croatian regulator HAKOM has received a total of five requests for participation in a frequency auction.
The Croatian regulator HAKOM has launched a public auction procedure for issuing licences for mobile communications networks in the country.
Croatia is likely to have one million pay-TV connections at some stage in 2023.
The Croatian regulatory authority HAKOM has confirmed that Italy has finally removed the transmitters that have caused interference in the reception of Croatian TV signals for many years.
Nearly two thirds (62.5%) of households in Croatia subscribed to pay-TV services at the end of the first quarter.
Italy has stopped broadcasting on nearly all Croatian UHF TV channels in the 700 MHz band and in the 470 -694 MHz band along the Adriatic coast.
The total number of pay-TV connections in Croatia increased by 1.9% and pay-TV revenues by 4.1% in 2021.
IPTV now accounts for over half of pay-TV connections in Croatia.
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 […]