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m:tel introduces Microsoft Office 365

Bosnian operator m:tel has partnered with Microsoft to offer all of its users a new service intended for business processes that involves the use of ICT.Office 365, providing users with access to Microsoft Cloud-based services. The service will supply complete security, support and business applications; users will also be able to work together from almost anywhere and from any device….

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M:tel introduces public Wi-Fi service for mobile customers

Bosnian operator m:tel has announced the introduction of Wi-Fi services from 27 October. The new service will enable all residential and business customers of m:tel’s mobile telephony service to access public Wi-Fi for a fee. The first 30 minutes will be free of charge, by sending a SMS with the message “minute” to access number 0651160. The price of the…

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New rules to go into effect for calling fixed numbers in Bosnia

The Communications Regulatory Agency of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has informed the users of its fixed telephone network that from 1 October, new rules will go into effect for for calling fixed numbers. The change applies only to calls within the same network group, so instead of dialling the phone number of the desired user, it will be…

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M:tel discounts direct internet access by 50%

Bosnian telecommunications operator m:tel is offering a 50 percent discount for business subscribers signing up for its Retail Internet Direct Access service. Users of this service get a connection to access the internet, at least four public IP addresses, DNS hosting domains with/without internet domain registration and technical support 24 hours a day. READ MORE: 4G unlikely to arrive in Bosnia…

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m:tel introduces changes to Open Biz service

Bosnian telecom operator m:tel has announced changes to its Open Biz service, to be implemented from 1 October. A new addition is the Open Biz Duo Standard package with a monthly fee of BAM 49.90. The offer includes fixed internet access and IPTV (the Open Biz package). The internet speeds will depend on the technology: ADSL (10/1 Mbps), VDSL (20/1…

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Bosnia loses mobile subscribers in Q1

There were 3.28 million mobile telephony subscribers in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of the first quarter of 2017, down by 3.6 percent on the fourth quarter of 2016, but 0.14 percent more than in Q1 2016. Of the total, 2.45 million were prepaid (-1.92% y/y), while 828,044 were postpaid (+6.83%). A total of 43,554 numbers were ported in…

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Elta Kabel introduces free fixed-to-mobile calls

Elta Kabel has become the first operator in Bosnia and Herzegovina to introduce free fixed-to-mobile calls on-net. READ MORE: Bosnia-Herzegovina ends 2016 with 663,000 internet users In addition, the operator has also updated its smartphone portfolio with several new models, including the Samsung Galaxy S8 (available for BAM 1573), the Samsung Galaxy J5 (BAM 374), the LG K4 (BAM 221)…

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M:tel offers 50% discount on business tariffs

Bosnian operator m:tel is offering a 50 percent discount on the first two or four months subscription (depending on the contractual obligation) for its NetBiz or OpenBiz packages. READ MORE: Bosnia-Herzegovina ends 2016 with 663,000 internet users In addition, subscribers of the m:biz packages will get double bonus minutes for calls to all mobile networks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The…

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