Telemach has achieved near-national 5G coverage with its 1,200 upgraded base stations, while HT expanded its 5G reach to more than 50 percent of the population by the end of 2021.
Teleoperators are announcing a rise in prices for their services from July 1st, caused by the higher cost of electricity and raw materials.
For several days, more than a hundred thousand users of A1 Croatia wondered whether their personal data, such as personal ID number and address, would be misused. The telco reacted promptly to the unpleasant attack and immediately started solving security problems and contacting affected users.
The telecommunications company A1 Croatia has confirmed today that it was exposed to a cyber attack, as a result of which the personal data of 10% of its users were breached, more specifically, their names and surnames, addresses, personal identification numbers, and phone numbers.
The Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries (HAKOM) has confirmed that A1 Croatia reported the incident in the form of unauthorized access to the user base and the threat of publishing unauthorized data. The telco must now contact all users whose personal data has potentially been breached.
In a market first, A1 Croatia is offering home internet via the 5G mobile network. With premium devices, the user will get quality broadband access. This is another contribution to the balanced development of Croatia and the provision of a level playing field for work, education, and even entertainment in areas without adequate fixed infrastructure, the telco reports.
Zagreb’s DOK-ING, a world-renowned company that, by integrating its own innovations and new technologies, develops and manufactures robotic special purpose systems to protect human lives. Their robots are used in the most dangerous environments, such as demining, underground mining, and firefighting.
A1 Telekom Austria Group has chosen Scandinavian network equipment suppliers Nokia and Ericsson as partners in the rollout of 5G networks in the markets of Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.
Croatia raised almost HRK 359 million at the public auction for 5G frequencies, significantly exceeding the initial expectation of HRK 300 million in concession fees for the use of the spectrum for the new generation network.
Immediately following the auction for the 5G frequency spectrum, telecoms began to invest heavily in the development of the next-generation network, so today Croatia can boast one of the most advanced telecommunications networks in the European Union.