Dasto-Semtel to operate DTT Multiplex D in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Monday 29 November 2021 | 14:25 CET | News
The Communications Regulatory Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued a fifteen-year licence for the operation of DTT Multiplex D to Dasto-Semtel. The Bijeljina-based company was the only applicant and met all the required conditions of the public invitation. The applicant must fulfil the prescribed obligations in stages, within precisely defined time limits for nine digital regions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and backed by a previously submitted bank guarantee.

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