HAKOM presented results of their latest research on the Croatian telecommunication market and the changes occurred during Q4 2018.
The Croatian Post and Electronic Communications Agency (HAKOM) released a media statement in which they presented results of their latest research on the Croatian telecommunication market and the changes occurred during Q4 2018.
According to the press release, the Croatian fixed broadband segment continued to rise reaching a total of 1.1m connections which represents a 2.3% YoY increase. Meanwhile, when looking on a QoQ basis, the number of connections was flat, increasing a mere 0.6%.
In December 82% of the populace used broadband internet through a mobile network which, compared to 2017, remains flat (+0,57% YoY).
Revenues from fixed telephony services decreased 15.3% YoY, amounting to HRK 317m. The decrease in revenue came coupled with a decrease in number of subscriptions which decreased to 1.3m (-2% YoY). On the flip side, revenues from mobile telephony services went up 3% YoY to HRK 1.1bn while the number of users amounted to 4.4m (+1.7% YoY).