Si.mobil confirms interest in T-2

Monday 5 January 2015 | 10:37 CET | News
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Slovenian mobile operator Si.mobil has confirmed its interest in the takeover of fixed telephony operator T-2. In an interview with Finance.si, Si.mobil CEO Jorg Zeddies said he would like to move as quickly as possible, but a decision on the deal will be made by parent company Telekom Austria Group. Zeddies expects that T-2, which since last September is in bankruptcy proceedings, will also attract the interest of KKR, owner of cable operator Telemach, due to its excellent telecommunications infrastructure. He is convinced that, even it does not succeed in taking over T-2, Si.mobil can still

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Categories: General
Companies: A1 Telekom Austria / Si.mobil / T-2
Countries: Slovenia
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