O2 has filed a lawsuit against the Czech Telecommunications Office (CTU) for its inactivity in deciding disputes with customers.
O2 has decided to sue three leading Czech cable and DTH operators for broadcasting foreign radio coverage of the Champions League.
The number of customers who watch the TV service operated by the Czech incumbent O2 has for the first time exceeded half a million.
German mobile network operator Telefónica Deutschland will offer its customers the possibility to watch movies, series and live sports from pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland including Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League games.
O2 will rebrand its O2 Sport channel O2 TV Sport in the Czech Republic on August 8.
German mobile network operator Telefónica Deutschland has launched a live TV app for smartphones and tablets available to the customers of its o2 brand.
O2 has launched a TV service in Slovakia, initially on a trial basis.
O2 plans to enter the TV market in Slovakia, offering services via IPTV, the internet and mobile devices.
The Czech incumbent O2 ended 2015 with 202,000 subscribers to its digital TV service O2 TV, or 10% more than a year earlier.
The Czech incumbent O2 has introduced a new set-top box that allows its O2 TV service to be received on any TV set with internet access from any provider.