Posts filed under ‘Bosnia and Herzegovina’

MVNOs to enter Bosnia

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s assistant minister for communication, Zeljko Knezevic, has announced that mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) will ‘soon’ be allowed to enter the country’s telecoms market, according to local news source Nezavisne Novine. A new telecoms policy (‘2008–2012’), which comes into force today, stipulates that the regulator must define licence conditions for MVNOs by the end of 2010.

Wireless Industry News

February 10, 2009 at 19:19 Leave a comment

Strong 2008 for Telekom Srpske; 3G and IPTV to launch in 2009

Telekom Srpske has experienced its most successful year since privatisation, Limun.hr reports, citing comments from the operator’s CEO Predrag Culibrk. The telco reportedly closed 2008 with 1.1 million wireless subscribers, and has estimated that profit for the year was up 50% against the previous twelve-month period. Telekom Srpske has also announced it plans to introduce both 3G and IPTV services by the end of 2009. Telekom Srpske’s mobile division, known as m:tel, was the second largest operator by subscribers at the end of September 2008 with 36% of the market; sector leader BH Telecom had 42% at that same date.

Wireless Industry News

January 9, 2009 at 13:25 Leave a comment


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