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Antik renamed Antik Telecom

THE KOŠICE-based Antik Computers & Communications company changed its name to Antik Telecom this summer. As Igor Kolla from the company informed the SITA newswire, the name change formally completed the efforts of the company to operate as a universal provider of telecommunications services.

THE KOŠICE-based Antik Computers & Communications company changed its name to Antik Telecom this summer. As Igor Kolla from the company informed the SITA newswire, the name change formally completed the efforts of the company to operate as a universal provider of telecommunications services.

The ownership structure and all the identification data of the company remained unchanged.

Antik Telecom was launched in 1999. It operates its own fibre-optic network in several towns and villages in eastern Slovakia through which it provides telecommunications services to more than 33,000 clients. In its service portfolio it offers access to the internet, telephony services as well as digital television.

Its sister company Antik Technology focuses mainly on the development, production and distribution of hi-tech devices for the telecommunications industry.


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