Serbia Broadband (SBB) has declared Nis the country’s sixth Giga city.
Serbia Broadband (SBB) has added a new package to its advanced TV service Eon.
Protests have taken place in Belgrade in support of N1, the TV channel that now finds itself at the centre of a dispute between its operator United Group and Telekom Srbija.
The dispute between United Media and Telekom Srbija has taken on a political dimension, with the former’s parent company United Group accusing the country’s PM Ana Brnabic of siding with the incumbent telco.
United Media has issued a response to the accusations made against it by Telekom Srbija and Supernova in what has been described as a ‘cable war’.
Telekom Srbija has claimed that United Media does not want a solution to the dispute with cable operators over the carriage of its channels.
The Serbian cable group Supernova has said it will report a breach of market conditions to the country’s Competition Commission and seek a return of United Media channels to its networks.
Telekom Srbija has gone from the worst to best performing network operator in Serbia in the space of only two years.
Serbia’s Competition Commission has approved the acquisition of the Banja Luka-based company Financ by Mtel, which is 65% owned by Telekom Srbija.
A new premium sports channel produced by United Media will make its debut on Serbia Broadband (SBB) on December 4.