Bosnia’s CRA publishes latest telecoms data

8 Oct 2015

Bosnia’s Communications Regulatory Agency (CRA) has published data for the quarter ended 30 June 2015, revealing that there were 3.407 million mobile subscribers in the country at that date, down marginally from 3.418 million three months earlier.

Mobile market leader BH Telecom retained its lead in the sector, accounting for 45.44% of the country’s mobile subscriber total, up from 44.98% at end-March 2015, while second-placed Telekom Srpske (m:tel) saw its share of the pie decline slightly, from 42.09% at 1Q15 to 40.97% three months later. Third-placed HT Mostar remains some way behind, meanwhile, representing 13.06% of the nation’s mobile accesses at 30 June 2015, up from 12.68%. Rounding out the sector were the nation’s MVNOs, with the longest-established of those – IZI Mobil – having signed up approximately 15, 675 customers to claim a market share of 0.46%, up from 0.18% at end-March 2015. Blicnet and Logosoft meanwhile accounted for just 0.06% and 0.01% of Bosnian mobile subscribers at end-June 2015, respectively.

Broadband accesses in Bosnia totalled 544,483 at the end of June 2015, barely changed from the 544,907 reported three months earlier by the CRA. xDSL remains the most popular technology type, with almost 54% of customers (292,656) signed up to such a connection, though this was down by roughly 1% from 295,483 at 1Q15. Cable broadband increased in popularity, with such accesses numbering 191,316 at the end of the reporting period, up 2.69% quarter-on-quarter.



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