Telekom Srbija has acquired Telemark, the largest cable operator in western and central Serbia.
Telekom Srbija has embarked on a completely new strategy in the last few months, focusing on acquisitions and local content, including the launch of proprietary channels.
Telekom Srbija has signed agreements with Radio Television Republike Srpske (RTRS), Banja Luka Alternative Television (AATV) and Prnjavorske K3.
The Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (RAK BiH) may be at odds with the Competition Council in their approach to the acquisitions being undertaken by Telekom Srbija in the country.
Telekom Srbija-backed Mtel has acquired a 100% stake in the Bosnian operator Telrad Net.
Serbia’s Commission for the Protection of Competition (KZK) has approved the acquisition of a 100% stake in the Belgrade-based cable operator Masko by Telekom Srbija.
Telekom Srbija’s Bosnian subsidiary M-Tel has completed the acquisition of a 100% stake in the Banja Luka-based cable operator Blicnet.
The Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija is unlikely to be sold this year, according to Rasim Ljajic, the country’s minister of trade, tourism and telecommunications.
The Council of Competition of Bosnia & Herzegovina has approved the sale of the Banja Luka-based cable operator Blicnet to Telekom Srpske (M-Tel), a subsidiary of Telekom Srbija.
The Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija has acquired the cable operators Radijus vector and AVcom for an undisclosed fee.