Telecommunications in Croatia

Telecommunications in Croatia

Telephones - main lines in use: 1.859 million (2009)

Telephones - mobile cellular: 6.035 million (2009)

Mobile operators:

  • T-Mobile Croatia (prefixes +38598, +38599; GSM 900 MHz, UMTS 2100 MHz, 2,300,000 users)
  • Vipnet (prefix +38591; GSM 900 MHz, UMTS 2100 MHz, 2,100,000 users[1])
  • Tele2 (prefix +38595; GSM 1800 MHz, UMTS 2100 MHz, 516,000 users)

Mobile virtual network operator:

  • Tomato (prefix +38592; GSM only, 900 MHz, uses Vipnet's network)
  • BonBon (prefix +38597; GSM only, 900 MHz, uses T-Mobile's network)

Telephone system (fixed line; as of 2009):

  • domestic:
    • all local lines are digital
    • main operator: T-Hrvatski telekom (owned by Deutsche Telekom)
    • other operators: Optima Telekom, Portus Telekom (H-1), Iskon Broadband Telekom,, Amis, Metronet
  • international:
    • country code - +385
    • digital international service is provided through the main switch in Zagreb
    • Croatia participates in the Trans-Asia-Europe (TEL) fiber-optic project, which consists of two fiber-optic trunk connections with Slovenia and a fiber-optic trunk line from Rijeka to Split and Dubrovnik
    • Croatia is also investing in ADRIA 1, a joint fiber-optic project with Germany, Albania, and Greece

Radio broadcast stations: AM 16, FM 98, shortwave 5 (1999)

Radios: 3.51 million (2006)

Television broadcast stations: 36 (plus 321 repeaters) (September 1995)

Televisions: 3.22 million (2006)

Country code: HR
Internet top-level domain: .hr

Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 41 (2006)

Internet hosts: 1.287 million (2010)

Internet users: 2.234 million (2009)


Broadband Internet access

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