Montenegro


Montenegro Telecom adds to TV base

Deutsche Telekom-owned Montenegrin telecom operator Crnogorski Telekom added 1,700 TV customers in the first three months of this year, taking the total number of customers for its Extra TV service to 64,400.  The figures mean that Crnogorski Telekom remains the leading TV platform in the country with a 40.9% market share. Crnogorski Telekom added 2,800 […]

Deutsche Telekom taps Zenterio for CEE TV operations

Deutsche Telekom has chosen TV operating system provider Zenterio to deliver an advanced TV platform for its subsidiaries in southern and eastern Europe. Deutsche Telekom-owned operators in Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia and Greece are adopting Zenterio’s technology. According to Zenterio, its platform has already been rolled out by Telekom Romania, Slovak Telekom and […]

United Group upgrading to MPEG-4, DVB-S2 with Eutelsat

United Group, the Western Balkans-based cable and satellite service provider that operates the Total TV pay TV service, has extended its long-term agreement for capacity on the Eutelsat 16A satellite. Total TV serves a base of about 1.5 million subscribers in Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Macedonia. In addition to securing capacity […]

SVoD service Pickbox.tv launches on Samsung smart TVs

Subscription video-on-demand provider Pickbox.tv, which is active in the former Yugoslav countries, hjas launched an application for smart TVs and will be available on Samsung’s 2013 and 2014 models as well as the latest generation of Samsung TVs. Pickbox.tv launched in May in Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro. The service is […]

Montenegrin Telecom sees TV growth

Deutsche Telekom-owned Montenegrin telecom operator Crnogorski Telekom grew its broadband and IPTV base by 5%, or 3,900 homes in the first half of this year. The operator had 63,500 Extra TV customers at the end of June, up 7%, or 4,200 customers, on the same period last year. According to the operator, it has a […]

Deutsche Telekom gives Croatian unit enhanced IPTV role

Deutsche Telekom has given its Croatian subsidiary an enhanced role as a technology centre for IPTV and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). T-Hrvatski Telekom’s Zagreb facility will become a centre for the provision of advanced technology for IPTV, and will provide IMS technology and services for Deutsche Telekom’s subsidiaries in Slovakia, Macedonia and Montenegro. The move […]

Crnogorski Telekom launches catch-up TV

Deutsche Telekom-backed Montenegrin telecom operator Crnogorski Telekom has added a catch-up TV service to its Extra TV pay TV offering. Viewers will be able to view content from 10 TV channels for up to 48 hours after its initial broadcast. Channels for which content is available include RTCG1 and 2, TV Vijesti, Prva, Atlas TV […]

Crnogorski Telekom highlights TV growth

Deutsche Telekom-owned Montenegrin service provider Crnogorski Telekom said it increased its TV subscriber base in the quarter to March. Crnogorski Telekom said its Extra TV base grew by 9% or 5,000 subscribers year-on-year to reach 62,700. The company’s fixed broadband base grew by 6% or 4,500 customers over the year to reach 75,400. According to […]

Crnogorski Telekom launches music service

Deutsche Telekom-owned Montenigrin telco Crnogorski Telekom has launched a new Pick’n’Play music portal as part of its roster of services. The music portal will be available free of charge to ADSL, Extra TV and Extra Trio subscribers until May 15. Users can obtain a password via the Extra TV menu, while ADSL customers can register […]

Crnegorski Telekom adds Pink package

Deutsche Telekom-owned Montenigrin service provider Crnegorski Telekom has added a wide range of channels from Serbian content provider Pink to its Extra TV service. Crnegorski Telekom is offering a Pink package free to users until November, after which it will be available for €4.98 a month. Existing Pink channels on the platform, Pink M and […]