Serbia extends Telekom Serbia deadline to March

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The Serbian Ministry of Finance working group for the privatization of 51% of shares in national telecommunications provider Telekom Serbia has extended the deadline for submitting binding bids until March 31. According to the Ministry, the deadline was pushed so that France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom, as well as all other interested companies, will have enough time to study the …

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OTE eyes Serbian unit sale

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Greek telecom incumbent Hellenic Telecoms Organization SA’s Chief Executive Michael Tsamas, said that the company is leaning towards a sale of its Serbian unit minority stake but needs more time to consider its strategy in Romania. According to Tsamas, Hellenic Telecoms (OTE) is prepared to sell its 20% stake in Serbia’s Telekom Srbija, but only if the price is right. …

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Seven telcos bid for Telekom stake (Serbia)

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Serbia’s Ministry of Finance has announced that seven companies have applied to participate in a tender for the 51% stake in Telekom Srbija being sold by the government. The seven companies include Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom, Telekom Austria, America Movil, Weather Investments, Turkcell and VimpelCom. According to a statement from the ministry, the seven qualify to participate in the tender …

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Sitronics Signs Agreement with Mobile Operator Warid Telecom Uganda

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Sitronics, a provider of solutions in the field of telecommunications, information technology and microelectronics in Russia and CIS countries, with a presence in other EEMEA emerging markets, announced that it has signed a new contract with Ugandan mobile operator Warid Telecom Uganda. As part of the new agreement Sitronics provided additional FORIS licenses to support growth of Warid Telecom Uganda. …

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MNP to introduce in Serbia by March

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Mobile number portability (MNP) will be reportedly introduced in Serbia by March 2011, conforming to European Union standards. According to reports quoting Telecommunications Minister Jasna Matic, following regulatory changes this year and technical preparations that should be completed in February, an estimated 9.9 million mobile-phone users will be able to switch from one operator to another without changing their numbers. …

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3 telco Bought Documents in Telekom Sale

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As per the Telecommunications Minister Jasna Matic, Deutsche Telekom AG, Telekom Austria AG and France Telecom SA bought tender documents as the government prepares to sell a 51% stake in Telekom Srbija DD. According to Matic, the three potential buyers have acquired the documents recently in the ongoing tender that closes on Nov. 26. Telekom Srbija is 20% owned by …

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MNP in Serbia delayed by six months

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If reports are to be believed, the introduction of mobile number portability (MNP) in Serbia has been delayed by at least six months. The main reason for the delay in MNP is because the tender to supply the necessary equipment has been called off. However, according to reports citing unnamed officials at the telecommunications regulator Ratel, more information will be …

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Telekom Austria contends for Serbian company

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Telekom Austria shall accept documentation on privatization of the major stake of the Telecom Serbia. Thus this company appears as the chief possible buyer in privatization of Serbian company. The tender for the sale is of 51% stake and was announced yesterday. Telekom Austria is present on Serbian market with its mobile operator VIP Mobile Serbia. According to Serbian Minister …

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Serbian government to sell 51% stake in Telekom Srbija

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The Serbian government on Oct. 14 decided to sell the 51% state-held stake in telecom operator Telekom Srbija in an international tender. According to Cabinet officials, Telekom’s worth is estimated at US$3.37 billion and the government will set the minimal price for the sale of company shares. The evaluation of Telekom Srbija’s capital was performed by a privatization adviser for …

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Serbia plans US$2.25 billion telecom stake sale

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Serbia is planning to sell half of its stake in Telekom Srbija to other European phone companies. The government is seeking as a minimum US$2.25 billion from the sale. Serbia has applied to become a member of the European Union, but needs to reduce state debt and to attract foreign investment Telekom Srbija is 20% owned by Greece’s OTE, which …

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Telekom Austria Group signs five year deal with Nokia Siemens Networks

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Operator appoints Nokia Siemens Networks to modernize network and reduce energy consumption. The Telekom Austria Group (TAG) will soon deploy high-quality mobile broadband services and network performance systems from Nokia Siemens Networks. Under a five-year deal, the service provider has selected Nokia Siemens Networks to replace and modernize its radio networks in Austria, Liechtenstein and Slovenia, and to further deploy …

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Ratel rules on Telekom Srbija- Telenor agreement (Serbia)

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: The terms and price at which Telekom Srbija will lease its infrastructure to newly licensed Telenor has been decided by Serbian telecoms regulator Ratel. No agreement was reached by Telenor with Telekom Srbija regarding the price for access to its network, after the Norwegian company was awarded the country’s second fixed line operator license late last year. This called …

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