Telekom Albania is one of three telecommunications companies in Albania in southeastern Europe, the other two being Vodafone and ALBtelecom. Originally launched as AMC (Albanian Mobile Communications) by OTE, a Greek telecom company owned by Deutsche Telekom, it was sold in 2019 to Vivacom of Bulgaria, which was acquired later that year by United Group, a Serbian mass-media conglomerate.
Albanian Mobile Communications
OTE, the Greek subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, sold its 99.7% stake in Telekom Albania to a Bulgarian company, Albania Telecom Invest, in January 2019 (whose parent company also owns Vivacom, a Bulgarian mobile network operator). However, the Telekom brand will remain. Later in 2019, Vivacom was acquired by United Group, which also acquired the Tele2 brand in Croatia in 2019.
Telemach (Croatia1 | Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Slovenia) | SBB | Total TV (B&H, Serbia, Slovenia, North Macedonia, Montenegro) | NetTV Plus
Pay television channels:
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