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Vipnet introduces new bundles and ‘snack’ options

Croatian operator Vip mobile has introduces four new prepaid tariffs as well as six new “snack” options. The new tariffs are aimed at younger users and come with no call set-up fee. Za Chill costs HRK 75/month and users get 1,000 minutes and SMS and 3 GB. Za Zen includes 1,000 minutes and SMS plus 6 GB for HRK 95/month,…

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Tele2 Croatia’s H1 EBITDA jumps 58.1%

Tele2 Croatia ended the second quarter of 2017 with net sales of SEK 407 million, up from SEK 369 million in the same period in 2016, its parent company reported. Of the total, SEK 292 million accounted for service revenue, up from SEK 263 million a year ago, and SEK 94 million for equipment revenue, down from SEK 106 million in…

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Vipnet enables top-up with scan code

Croatian mobile operator Vipnet has enabled Vipme and Tomato users to renew their account by simply scanning the code with a mobile device instead of entering the 14-digit number. Code scanning is available within the mobile apps My Vip and My Tomato, which can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices. READ MORE: Croatia Telecom Market The My Vip and My…

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Belgium, Croatia and Slovakia face EU lawsuit over broadband directive

Belgium, Croatia and Slovakia will face legal proceedings by the European Commission for failure to adopt on time the Broadband Cost Reduction Directive of 2014. All EU states were expected to transpose the directive in national law by the start of 2016. If the EU Court sides with the Commission, the countries would face daily fines until the directive is…

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Hanger 18 presents new Noa Element H10le mobile phone

Croatian smartphone manufacturer Hangar 18 has launched a new model for its Noa smartphone line, reports Poslovni Dnevnik.     The Noa H10le was recently presented at the EISA Press Convention in Antwerpen and is available in red and black.       READ MORE:  How to Identify Smartphone Thieves in 14 Seconds? The phone features a Full HD Amoled screen,…

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Tele2 Hrvatska enables instant change of data tariff

Croatian operator Tele2 Hrvatska has introduced the possibility of changing data traffic amounts any day of the month, and the selected change will be applicable immediately, reports Seebiz. READ MORE: Croatian mobile users fall to 4.34 mln in Q1 Before, customers could change their data amounts any day, but the changes only went into effect on the first day of…

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Iskon starts Instagram contest to promote mobile offer

Croatian mobile operator Iskon has launched a new competition, giving away three smartphones for the best photo on Instagram. The three smartphones in question are the Xiaomi Redmi 4A (available for HRK 1,299), the Huawei P9 Lite 2017 (HRK 2,299) and the Samsung Galaxy J3 (HRK 1,199). READ MORE: Croatia’s mobile phone subscribers drop in Q1 The contest, which lasts…

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Vipnet invests HRK 15 billion in Croatia since inception

Telecommunications operator Vipnet is celebrating eighteen years of operation in Croatia, during which it has invested HRK 15 billion and grew from a mobile operator with 100 employees to an operator with 1,300 employees offering numerous electronic communications services as well as other services., reports Seebiz.eu. According to the president of the board of Vipnet, Jiri Dvorjancansky, the largest part…

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Optima names Kezman as H1 Telekom board president

Croatian operator Optima Telekom has announced that Zoran Kezman and Tomislav Tadic have joined the H1 Telekom as new board members. Both are members of the board of Optima and have been transferred to H1 Telekom to prepare its merger with Optima following the approval of the Agency for the Protection of Competition. READ MORE: Croatia’s Vipnet to seek protection…

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Hrvatski Telekom announces share buyback program

Croatian operator Hrvatski Telekom’s board has authorised a share buyback program, valid from 3 July 2017 to 20 April 2021. Up to 2.5 million of the 81.9 million outstanding ordinary shares are eligible for buyback. READ MORE: Croatia’s mobile phone subscribers drop in Q1 The maximum amount assigned to the program is HRK 500 million. HT plans to cancel the…

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