Several channels from the SPI International/Filmbox pay-TV portfolio have been launched by Telekom Srbija, Mtel Bosnia & Herzegovina and Mtel Montenegro.
Following its decision not to privatise Telekom Srbija, the Serbian government is set to implement a ‘plan B’ for the telco.
Telekom Srbija is to target the Serbian diaspora through a wholly owned subsidiary named Mtel Austria.
UPDATE: The Serbian government has decided to call off the privatisation of Telekom Srbija.
The privatisation of Telekom Srbija, though apparently in its final stages, is not a foregone conclusion.
The privatisation of the Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija appears to be entering its final phase.
The US investment fund Colbeck Capital has submitted the highest bid for a 58% stake in the Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija.
A total of six bids have been received for Telekom Srbija, according to Rasim Ljajic, Serbia’s minister of trade and telecommunications.
China Telecom has emerged as a possible bidder for the Serbian incumbent Telekom Srbija.
The privatisation of Telekom Srbija is likely to be completed in the second half of November, according to Zeljko Sertic, the Serbian economy minister.