Telekom Slovenije

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Telekom Slovenije d.d.
Type Joint-stock company
Traded as LJSE: TLSG
Industry Telecommunication
Founded January 3, 1995
Headquarters Ljubljana, Slovenia
Key people Rudolf Skobe, President of Management Board[1]
Zoran Vehovar, Vice-President
Mateja Božič, Member
Zoran Janko, Member
num_employees = 2,765[2] (2011)
Products Fixed telephony
Mobile telephony
Broadband Internet
IT/Network services
IPTV
Revenue €843.5 million (2010)
Owners Government of Slovenia[2]
PID-DZU
Individual shareholders
Kapitalska družba
Others
Website www.telekom.si

Telekom Slovenije ([téːlɛkɔm slɔʋèːnijɛ]; Legal name: Telekom Slovenije d.d.) is a telecommunications company based in Slovenia, with its headquarters in Ljubljana. The company provides a range of fixed line, mobile, and Internet communications services in Slovenia and mobile and Internet communications services in Macedonia and Kosovo.

History[edit]

In 1994 PTT Slovenija separated postal and telecommunication activities and transferred all telecommunication infrastructure to the newly founded Telekom Slovenije.

International operations[edit]

  • IPKO (Kosovo)
  • One (Macedonia)
  • BLICNET (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • Gibtelecom (Gibraltar)
  • Primo (Albania)

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