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Nov 30, 2007 16:56 EEST
ZAGREB (Croatia), November 30 (SeeNews) – Telekom Austria's wireless unit Mobilkom Austria will reshuffle the management of its Croatian and Macedonian units as of the beginning of next year, its Croatian unit VIPnet said on Friday.
"Mladen Pejkovic will be the new management board president of VIPnet as of January 1, 2008, and will succeed Marie-Helene Magenschab who was successfully leading VIPnet in the past two and a half years," VIPnet said in a statement. It is one of Croatia’s wireless three operators.
Magenschab resigns for personal reasons. Pejkovic was so far management board president of Macedonian operator Vip that started operations in the country in September as the country’s third wireless operator.
In Macedonia Pejkovic will be succeeded by Nikola Ljusev, board member and technical manager of another Macedonian operator, Cosmofon.
VIPnet is the second largest wireless operator in Croatia by number of users, following T-Mobile of Deutsche Telecom, and ahead of Tele2 of the Swedish operator of the same name. The largest wireless operator in Macedonia is Magyar Telekom's unit Mobimak, which has re-branded to T-mobile; followed by Cosmofon, of Greek mobile phone operator Cosmote.
The largest wireless operator in Macedonia is Magyar Telekom's unit Mobimak, which has re-branded to T-mobile; followed by Cosmofon, of Greek mobile phone operator Cosmote.
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