Telemach

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Telemach
Native name
Telemach d.o.o.
Type LLC (Private)
Industry Telecommunication

Cable broadband
Cable television

Pay television
Predecessor
Founded Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2010 (2010))
Headquarters,
Area served
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Key people
Products Cable Television
Pay television
Broadband Internet
Fixed telephony
Owner BC Partners [3]
Parent The United Group [4]
Website www.telemach.ba

Telemach (full legal name: Telemach d.o.o.) is the leading cable television and broadband internet service provider, and the largest alternative fixed line operator in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The company is owned by British company BC Partners. [5]

Contents

In October 2018 US investment company KKR & Co. L.P. has agreed to sell its majority stake in the European telecommunications company The United Group, the owner of cable providers Telemach, Telemach Montenegro, Telemach Slovenia, Telemach Croatia, Nova in Greece, SBB in Serbia and Vivacom in Bulgaria.

Market

Telemach services are available in the following Bosnian cities:

Services

Cable television

Telemach currently (October 2018) offers between 58-60 TV channels [9] via cable television in six major areas (Sarajevo 60, Mostar 58, Zenica, Kakanj i Visoko area, Central Bosnia Canton and ex. BHB CABLE TV markets).

Digital television

Telemach offers several digital packages (EON), and there is also 32 radio stations and 48 Music Choice channels. [10] The digital offer is unique for all areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

EON Start

EON Basic (EON Start package + additional channels)

EON Extended package (EON Start, EON Basic + additional channels)

Pink package (including pink channels from EON Start and EON Extended package)

  • 1 - Pink Comedy
  • 2 - Pink Romance
  • 3 - Pink World Cinema
  • 4 - Pink Classic
  • 5 - Pink Serije
  • 6 - Pink Premium HD
  • 7 - Pink Movies
  • 8 - Pink Film
  • 9 - Pink Thriller
  • 10 - Pink Crime & Mystery
  • 11 - Pink Soap
  • 12 - Pink SciFi & Fantasy
  • 13 - Pink Horor
  • 14 - Pink Family
  • 15 - Pink Pedia
  • 16 - Pink Super Kids
  • 17 - Pink Zabava
  • 18 - Pink World
  • 19 - Pink Reality
  • 20 - Pink Show
  • 21 - Pink Style
  • 22 - Pink Fashion
  • 23 - Pink Kuvar
  • 24 - Pink Ha Ha
  • 25 - Pink LOL
  • 26 - Bravo Music
  • 27 - Pink Folk 1
  • 28 - Pink Folk 2
  • 29 - Pink Music 2
  • 30 - Pink Hits 1
  • 31 - Pink Hits 2
  • 32 - Pink n Roll
  • 33 - Pink Koncert
  • 34 - City Play

HBO Premium package

Cinestar Premiere HD package

  • 1 - Cinestar Premiere 1 HD
  • 2 - Cinestar Premiere 2 HD

Arena Sport SD package

Arena Sport HD package

Zadruga Paket

  • 1 – Zadruga Live 1
  • 2 – Zadruga Live 2
  • 3 – Zadruga Live 3
  • 4 – Zadruga Live 4

Radio stations

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Nova BH

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References

  1. "Sada ste korak bliže jedinstvenim servisima koji Vas uskoro očekuju" (in Bosnian). www.telemach.ba. www.telemach.ba. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  2. "Zajednički paketi TRION TEL-a i Telemach-a od sada na području Banjaluke" (in Bosnian). www.triontel.net. www.triontel.net. Retrieved 13 July 2020.
  3. "KKR Agrees to Sell Majority Stake in European Telecom Operator". www.wsj.com. www.wsj.com. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  4. "United Group's Brands". www.the-united-group.com. The United Group. Retrieved 27 September 2013.
  5. "KKR sells stake in United Group, SBB owner". www.b92.net. www.b92.net. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  6. "BiH: Tri kablovska operatera ujedinjeni u "Telemach"" (in Bosnian). ba.ekapija.com. ba.ekapija.com. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  7. "New markets". Telemach BiH. Retrieved 2013-06-13.
  8. "Ilidžanski ASK nova akvizicija Telemacha" (in Bosnian). www.akta.ba. www.akta.ba. Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  9. "Osnovna ponuda - analogna televizija". telemach.ba (in Bosnian). Retrieved 10 October 2018.
  10. Telemach, Novi kanali u ponudi. "Novi kanali u ponudi". www.teve.ba. Retrieved 28 September 2013.