Slovenia’s Competition Protection Agency has approved the takeover of broadband provider Amis by Telekom Austria. The deal is now expected to be completed in September. The Austrian group already owns Slovenia’s number-two cellular operator, Si.mobil, and will now be able to offer a full range of fixed and wireless services. Amis is the fourth largest internet provider in Slovenia, behind Telekom Slovenije, T-2 and Telemach; it has around 86,000 subscribers and an 11.5% share of the broadband segment. It has a sister company in Croatia which is also being acquired by Telekom Austria. Amis is currently owned by Iris Capital, Kebek Private Equity and its management.