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Nov 02, 2007 16:22 EEST
November 2 (SeeNews) - Croatia's second largest fixed-line telecoms company Optima on Friday said it has selected Swedish company Tilgin as its supplier of triple play equipment for video, broadband and telephone services.
The price of the deal was not disclosed.
“Optima’s network is based on the latest technologies and Tilgin’s customer premises equipment (CPE) solutions completely correspond with this strategy,” the chairman of Optima’s board of directors, Roland Zuvanic, said in a statement.
The Croatian telecommunications regulator granted Optima Telekom a 30-year concession on the provision of fixed public telephone services in November 2004, which made the company the second operator of fixed telephony in the country of 4.4 million people.
Optima, which has some 200,000 customers, has so far invested 500 million kuna ($98.6 million/68.1 million euro) in its network.
Tilgin has supplied CPE solutions to Slovenia’s telecom T2 and Hungary’s Invitel.
(1 euro = 7.3452 Croatian kuna)
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