Serbia fully digitalised as of Sunday

Serbia's television signal is fully digitalised as of Sunday and 97.8 percent of the population is covered by digital broadcasting, while the analogue signal is from this day forth a part of history, Serbian Minister of ... More


Lower roaming prices in region as of June 30

The inter-state agreement on reducing roaming charges inked by Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Montenegro and Macedonia will come into force on June 30, Serbian Minister of Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic told Tanjug on Thursday. ... More


Greek satellite launched from NASA Flight Facility in Virginia

The Ë-Sat satellite(Hellenic Satellite) made by a group of Greek scientists headed by Periklis Papadopoulos was launched on Sunday night from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, USA. According to NASA, the Greek ... More


Company Huawei interested in investing in Serbia

Prime Minister Ivica Dacic underlined during today’s talks with Vice President of the Chinese company Huawei Xie Guohui that the Serbian government has launched reforms aimed at reviving the economy and that it is trying to ... More


3,5 million mobile phone users in B&H, increase in number of internet users

In B&H, there are 3.5 million mobile phone subscribers (prepaid and postpaid), and there is an increase in the number of Internet users, of which there is more than half a million, according to the latest date of the Regulatory ... More


Hatzidakis, Varvitsiotis attend opening of Huawei pilot distribution centre in Piraeus

“The Huawei distribution centre is a reality and will strengthen Piraeus and Greece’s position on the global transportation map,” Development and Competitiveness minister Kostis Hatzidakis said on Thursday ... More


Cyprus to start privatizing companies in two years

The Cypriot government says the privatization of state-owned companies will start in two years, when the bailed-out country's economy is projected to start growing again. Government spokesman Christos Stylianides says first ... More


More than 73 pct of households in urban area had access to the Internet in 2013 (INS)

More than 73.2 percent of the households in the urban area in Romania had access to the Internet in 2013, the types of connections used to access the Internet at home being in 95.3 percent of the cases the fixed broadband ... More


Digital signal covers 75 percent of Serbia's population

Rasim Ljajic, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Telecommunications, and Michael Davenport, head of the EU Delegation in Serbia, launched the signal of the expanded initial network in the process of the Avala Tower ... More


Telenor Montenegro launches new roaming offer in Serbia

Telenor Montenegro has introduced a special roaming offer in order to enable its customers visiting Serbia to enjoy the benefits of its regional network. The new offer is activated by purchasing a daily or weekly ticket. This ... More


Norway's Telenor Buys Bulgaria's Globul from OTE

Telenor ASA has agreed to buy Bulgaria's Globul from current owner OTE for EUR 717 M on a cash and debt free basis, the Norwegian telecoms firm said in a statement on Friday. Globul is Bulgaria's second-biggest mobile ... More


Forbes ready to link Telekom with global companies

Vice Chairman of the Forbes Publishing company Christopher Forbes has voiced readiness to support Telekom Srbija in establishing cooperation with eminent global companies dealing with telecommunications. Forbes, who is paying ... More


British embassy hosts event on Single Digital Market

The British embassy in Athens hosted an event on the EU Single Digital Market, on Thursday, attended by a number of government officials, diplomats and entrepreneurs in the new technologies sectors. The event focused on the ... More


Turkcell interested for Kosovo Telecom

Kosovo’s government yesterday called for bids for a 75-percent stake of its biggest public company Kosovo Post and Telecom hoping to earn 300 million euros from the sale. Five pre -qualified contenders, including ... More


Bulgaria's M-Tel Comes Up with New Corporate Branding

Mobile Bulgaria, a Bulgarian web portal for mobile technologies, has revealed the new corporate branding of the largest Bulgarian mobile phone operator M-Tel days ahead of its formal announcement. M-Tel's new logo is visible ... More


At least four offers for Bulgaria's BTC

The creditors and owners of the Bulgarian Telecommunication Company (BTC) along with sales consultants, will probably consider at least four offers for the company, media reports say. BTC is still waiting for the offer of its ... More


Two companies qualify for the privatization of PTK

Government Privatization Committee (GPC) of Post and Telecommunications of Kosovo J.S.C. (PTK), on accordance with the acts of the Parliament and the Government of Republic of Kosovo, has completed the pre-qualification process ... More


Working group opposes acceptance of Telekom Austria’s offer

The working group for the sale of Telekom Serbia recommended to the Serbian Government not to accept the offer of Telekom Austria of 1.1 billion euros for a majority stake in the company, because it does not meet the financial ... More


DSS petitions against Telekom sale

Minister of Culture, Information and Information Society Predrag Markovic received Tuesday a Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) petition with 103,000 signatures against the sale of Telekom Serbia, a government owned ... More


Greeks ready to sell Telekom shares

This would happen during the forthcoming tender to sell the Serbian state-owned telecommunications company, it has been confirmed for B92. OTE sent a letter to the Serbian government, which said that the company was ready to ... More