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HT kicks off USD85m fibre rollout project

19 Oct 2022

Hrvatski Telekom (HT), a fixed and mobile operator in Croatia, says it has embarked on a HRK651 million (USD85 million) project to deploy fibre broadband networks past an additional 150,000 premises across the country by end-2023. The rollout is part of a government-subsidised scheme to extend 100Mbps services to underserved and unserved regions where commercial deployments are unlikely to take place. HT says it will invest HRK328 million itself in the rollout project, with the remainder coming from public funding.

Boris Drilo, Chief Technical and IT Director at HT, commented: ‘By enabling high speed internet in parts of Croatia where it did not exist before, we will provide prerequisites for strengthening economic activity and creating a better future for 150,000 users using today’s most modern technologies.’

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