Telemach claimed a 30.8% share of the fixed broadband market in Slovenia as of the end of last year, according to figures published by the regulator AKOS.
The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for 5G frequencies.
Almost half (46%) of homes in Slovenia with internet access receive their service via a fibre connection.
The overwhelming majority of households with broadband connections in Slovenia also opt to receive a TV service from the same provider.
Telekom Slovenije has stopped the sale of its Kosovan subsidiary Ipko Telecommunications and said that it will remain part of the company.
Slovenia’s Agency for Communication Networks and Services (AKOS) has expressed serious concerns about a draft law on Publics Agency for Financial Markets.
Telekom Slovenije has become the first operator in Slovenia to launch a national commercial 5G network.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU), European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) have expressed concerns about the proposed changes to the funding of public service media in Slovenia and the extremely short period of five days envisaged for public discussions.
IPTV accounted for 56.1% of pay-TV connections in Slovenia in the first quarter.
S&T AG has entered into an agreement to buy the Slovenian ICT company Iskratel Group for €37.5 million.