Telekom Slovenije, Slovenia’s largest telecommunications provider, dealt with 22% more cyberattacks in the past year than the year before, when it detected a record number of such attacks. Cyberattacks targeting individuals and companies of all sizes increased with the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the company said in Monday’s press release marking European Cybersecurity Month.
Ljubljana – The supervisory board of Telekom Slovenije has reached agreement with Cvetko Sršen and Barbara Galičič Drakslar to end their terms as chairman and member of the management board, respectively, by the time new board members are appointed or by the end of October at the latest. It also dismissed for cause board member Tomaž Jontes.
Ljubljana – Telekom Slovenije shareholders have decided to distribute EUR 29.24 million for dividends, or EUR 4.50 gross a share, to be paid out on 2 August. The management proposed a EUR 3.5 dividend, but the shareholders backed the MDS small shareholder association’s counter-proposal at Thursday’s annual general meeting.
Ljubljana – Slovenia’s telecoms group Telekom Slovenije reported EUR 486.8 million in net sales revenue for the first three quarters of the year, up by 1% on the same period a year ago. Net profit was up by 31% to EUR 35.9 million, although the company said the figure would have been 36% higher when taking into account one-off events in 2020.
The number of Türk Telekom's subscribers rose to 51.4 million, while the company revised up its revenue, profit and investment forecasts for 2021, according to the company's third-quarter results announced on Nov. 3.
Türk Telekom, Turkey's prominent telecommunications company, has 14.1 million broadband customers as of the end of September, the statement said.
Ljubljana – Telecoms provider Telekom Slovenije and national grid operator ELES have developed a solution for mass charging of electric vehicles which enables intelligent charging and remote control of power consumption. The energy-saving solution will be particularly suitable for businesses, they said as they presented it on Monday.
Ljubljana – The telecommunications provider Telemach has filed a lawsuit at the Ljubljana District Court against telecoms incumbent Telekom Slovenije over alleged violations of regulatory decisions, demanding the payment of EUR 28.796 million in damages with default interest from 1 June until payment.