|limited liability company|
|Founded||September 20, 1999|
|Robert Erzin, CEO|
|Products||Mobile networks, Telecom services, ISP, Cable Television Etc.|
IPKO is a company that provides telecommunication services in Kosovo[a]. It is the second mobile operator in the country. Amongst their services are: mobile telephony, fixed telephony, internet provider and cable TV. The main shareholder of the company is Telekom Slovenije. Until the adoption of the new country code +383, IPKO uses Slovenian country code +386.
IPKO Telecommunications company has built a network which covers 99.7% of the population of Kosovo and 98.5% of the territory. It started its operations in the mobile on December 14, 2007
3G/4G and Wi-Fi
Starting from December 1, 2013, IPKO started a 3G network. Since deployment, IPKO covered 80% of Kosovo population with 3G mobile internet which equals to 43.7% of country’s territory. IPKO’s 3G network coverage initially covered centers of the major cities and towns in Kosovo, while there was a plan for 2014 to expand its 3G network reach, to cover 75% of the territory and 88% of the population. Ipko also offers 4G network across all Kosovo and offers free Wi-Fi access across its major cities.
Digital cable and IPTV is now offered in the majority of the cities in Kosovo: Prishtinë, Gjilan, Ferizaj, Prizren, Mitrovicë, Gjakovë, Vushtrri, Viti, Deçan, Klinë, Pejë, Kaçanik, Kamenicë, Podujevë and Istog.
- Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received formal recognition as an independent state from 111 out of 193 United Nations member states.
- https://www.ipko.com/residental/telefonia-mobile/interneti-ne-mobil/harta/?lang=en 3G/4G and Wi-Fi Map coverage