Deutsche Telekom-owned Croatian telco T-Hrvatski Telekom has become the latest telco to add the supply of electricity to its bundle of residential services.
T-Hrvatski Telekom said it would offer electricity at a price 5% lower than the incumbent utility in the country, and at a price up to 30% lower for business users.
Customer will not be required to sign a minimum-duration contract and will be able to change suppliers at any time, according to the operator.
T-Hrvatski Telekom is not the first central and eastern European service provider to add electricity supply to its line-up of broadband, telecom and TV services. Latvian cable operator Baltcom announced in August that it would offer bundles combining TV and telecommunication products with electricity supply.
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