Iskon Internet, a subsidiary of former monopoly telco T-Hrvatski Telekom (T-HT), has launched an ADSL internet access service with a maximum download speed of 10Mbps, Croatia Today reports. ‘We are offering clients improved Iskon DUO packages (fixed telephony and ADSL internet) at the price of HRK99 (USD18) per month, including ADSL speeds of up to 10Mbps and 30% cheaper phone rates,’ Iskon announced. ‘Iskon is currently introducing in Croatia the latest international standards, which, as proved in other countries where such services exist, definitely lead to the more favourable and better telecommunications future,’ an Iskon representative said. TeleGeography’s GlobalComms database notes that T-HT bought Iskon for USD17.6 million in April 2006, before fully consolidating the ISP the following June.
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