The performance of Telekom Slovenije’s recently re-launched IPTV service has exceeded expectations.
The Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije has added a new integrated package to its offer.
Telekom Slovenije ended 2015 with 145,958 IPTV connections, or 6.9% more than a year earlier.
The Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije has become the first provider in the country to offer its subscribers a seven-day catch-up TV service.
Motorvision TV, the German pay-TV channel for car and motor sports fans, continues its international expansion with launches in Serbia and Taiwan.
Telekom Slovenije has added the Pickbox on demand service to its SiOL TV offer.
The Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije has added a new bundle named TopTrio Kino to its offer.
Telekom Slovenije’s TV subscriber total grew by 3.5% year-on-year in the first half, while the number opting for fixed broadband increased by 1.6% over the same period.
The Slovenian incumbent Telekom Slovenije is understood to be one of the parties to have submitted a non-binding offer for its Serbian counterpart.
Telekom Slovenije’s EBITDA in the first half of this year was 6% on the same period in 2014.