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Dec 20, 2007 13:28 EEST
December 20 (SeeNews) - Croatian wireless operator Tele2, majority-owned by the Swedish telecom of the same name, has been awarded a 900 MHz EGSM frequency, the company said on Thursday.
"The frequency fee, which will be recorded in Croatian kuna, is approximately 3.2 million Swedish crowns ($0.487 million/0.339 million euro) on an annual basis”, Tele2 said in a statement on its website.
The company added that the new frequency spectrum was available to Tele2 Croatia as of December 17 .
“Together with the new roaming agreement, effective from 1 June 2008, the 900 MHz frequency will enable Tele2 to significantly improve the operational performance of its Croatian business,” Market Area Director Baltic, Russia and Croatia Johnny Svedberg said in the statement.
T-Mobile, a unit of Deutsche Telekom's Croatian arm T-HT, announced in October that it will provide national roaming services for Tele2 in Croatia as of June 1, 2008.
Tele2 entered the Croatian market in late 2005 as the country's third mobile operator and so far is the smallest one in terms of the number of users with around half a million clients. It had an 8.0% market share by users at the end of last year.
On the Croatian wireless phone market Tele2 competes with Vipnet, a subsidiary of Austria's Mobilkom, and T-Mobile, a unit of Deutsche Telekom's Croatian arm T-HT.
(1 euro= 9.4413 Swedish crowns)
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