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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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IBM to implement new CRM at Hrvatski Telekom

U.S.-based technology giant IBM said on Tuesday it was selected by Croatia’s biggest telecommunications operator Hrvatski Telekom [ZSE:HT-R-A] to modernise and manage the company’s customer relationship processes by implementing a new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. “With an accelerated growth and complexity of converged telecom offerings combined with growing customer demands and implementation of convergent offers, Hrvatski Telekom decided to implement…

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Hrvatski Telekom first in Croatia to introduce VoLTE

Hrvatski Telekom’s customers will be the first in Croatia to use voice calls over the superfast LTE network. Voice service over HT LTE network (VoLTE) that has just been presented at the Mipro Conference will provide the customers with absolutely clear and natural sound, call set-up times standing at around two seconds, and superfast data transmission during telephoning, which will…

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European Hosted IP Telephony And UCaaS Market Prepares To Stave Off Competition From Aggressive US Players

European telecom carriers’ initiatives to discontinue integrated services digital network (ISDN) services are driving carrier and customer migration to Internet protocol (IP) connectivity services. The move is also fuelling adoption of next-generation business communication solutions, such as hosted private branch exchange (PBX) and unified communications as a service (UCaaS). Increasing availability of compelling cloud communications offerings and expanding feature sets,…

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Hrvatski Telekom and Combis complete ICT project for Allianz

Croatia’s Hrvatski Telekom and Combis have successfully implemented a complex regional ICT project for the the Allianz Group. The two became providers of the central Cisco UC (Unified Communications) platform that enables communication of more than 15,000 Allianz Group employees in the CEE region, Turkey and Greece. READ MORE: Hrvatski Telekom Presented Call-Lifting Service And NarrowBand IoT Network Technology on MWC…

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Optima Telekom Q1 revenues down 0.9% to HRK 111 million

Croatian operator Optima Telekom ended the first quarter of 2017 with revenues of HRK 111.0 million, down by 0.9 percent on the same period in 2016. The reduction in revenues was mostly influenced by the global trend of declining public voice revenues. EBITDA was HRK 23.5 million (+1.8%), while EBITDA margin amounted to 21.2 percent (+1.7%). READ MORE: Croatia Telecom Market…

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Hrvatski Telekom Installed First Smart Phone Booths in Zadar

A total of 10 modern payphones have been made available 24/7 at the busiest locations in Zadar to serve as a source of local information and to provide a number of ICT services Free wi-fi access and the possibility to buy parking tickets and intercity transport tickets Sale of BitCoin, Simpa, and BonBon Start packages, phone cards, vouchers for mobile…

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Croatian IT market grows by 1.7% in 2016

The Croatian IT market grew by 1.7 percent in 2016, according to the first preliminary results from IDC Adriatics, published by operator Hrvatski Telekom. This growth is lower than expected. The biggest growth was achieved in the software segment (+4.9%), followed by IT services (+4.4%), while the hardware market dropped by 0.9 percent. READ MORE: Enterprise IT Pros Say Storage is…

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Hrvatski Telekom recycles 137,000 mobile phones

Croatian operator Hrvatski Telekom said it has completed the safe disposal of 137,000 old mobile phones. All T-Centers are equipped to receive and dispose, in an ecological way, of old electronic devices from HT’s product range (such as mobile phones) and the associated battery. READ MORE: Croatia Telecom Market All customers who bring their old mobile phone in T-Center can use…

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Hrvatski Telekom Among The First Companies In Europe To Launch ESIM – The Future Standard For Mobile Devices

Hrvatski Telekom has unveiled the new eSIM service as the first company within the Deutsche Telekom Group with a GSMA standardised solution for customers and one of the first companies in Europe to offer a commercial solution eSIM will soon become a new standard in the provision of telecommunications services that will fully replace the use of physical SIM cards…

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