The allocation for the frequency spectrum for mobile communication services in the Republic of Croatia has been completed, both at the national and county level.
The tender procedure for the 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz and 3600 MHz frequency bands starts in January.
Internet access services mostly contributed to the revenue growth of 2.3 percent, Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries reports.
The Italian interference that hindered the reception of Croatian TV channels along the Adriatic coast for decades has been eliminated, ensuring the conditions for the unobstructed reception of existing Croatian radio and TV programs, further development of terrestrial television services, and free implementation of the 5G network in Croatia.
The conference “Secure 5G for Southeast Europe”, the first of its kind in Croatia, is being held at Sheraton Zagreb Hotel from July 13 to July 15 – organized by the US Department of Commerce, with the support of the US Department of State and the US Embassy in Croatia.
Teleoperators are announcing a rise in prices for their services from July 1st, caused by the higher cost of electricity and raw materials.
Croatian network operator in the areas of broadcasting and portable telecommunications OIV (Transmitters and Communications) has provided an insight into its 5G broadcast strate-gy.
The latest research of the analytics company OpenSignal shows top results and progress in the field of 5G networks in Croatia.
The coverage with and access to the 5G network in Croatia has grown since the summer of 2021, when licenses for the 5G frequency range were issued, to 60-70%, and a new auction is being prepared for the existing frequencies, to be held in early 2023, said Tonko Obuljen, Chairman of the Council at HAKOM.
HAKOM, the Croatian Regulatory Authority for Network Industries, will organize a new auction on the allocation of spectrum frequencies for the development of 5G infrastructure at the end of this year, and at the beginning of 2023 at the latest.