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The Croatian telecoms market has been shaped by the country having joined the European Union in 2013, a process which resulted in market liberalisation and the creation of a regulatory environment conducive to competition. Alternative operators have entered the market and launched competing services in the fixed-line market. Both alternative operators and the incumbent are investing in network infrastructure to support bandwidth-intensive services such as broadband access and triple play. This report provides a concise overview of Croatia's fixed-line market, covering regulatory developments, fixed-line infrastructure used to offer services, financial and performance data on significant fixed-line operators as well as the wholesale and IT markets.
H1 Telekom makes bid for Optima Telekom; regulator sets out amended wholesale access tariffs for 2017; T-HT takes over management of Optima Telekom, applies to extend management oversight to 2021; T-HT to invest HRK2 billion on fibre infrastructure; VIPnet acquires three regional cablecos; report update includes the regulator's market data to June 2016, telcos' operating and financial data to Q3 2016, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
T-Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT), Optima Telekom, Metronet, VIPnet.
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