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.
| Telecommunications brands:|
Telemach (Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Slovenia) | SBB | Total TV (B&H, Serbia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro) | NetTV Plus
Cable and satellite channels: SportKlub | Sportklub+ | N1 (HD) | Cinemania | Grand Narodna Televizija | Grand 2 | Pikaboo | Vavoom | Fight Channel | Lov i Ribolov | Mini TV | Orlando Kids | IDJ TV
| Main companies:|
Telekom Deutschland | Hrvatski Telekom (Crnogorski Telekom (76.53%) | HT Mostar (39.1%)) | Magyar Telekom | Makedonski Telekom | OTE (40%) | Slovak Telekom | Telekom Romania (54%) (via OTE) | BT (12%) | Magenta Telekom