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Telekom Slovenije (Slovene pronunciation: [ˈtéːlɛkɔm slɔˈʋèːnijɛ]; Legal name: Telekom Slovenije d.d.) is a telecommunications company based in Slovenia, with its headquarters in Ljubljana.

Telekom Slovenije d.d.
joint stock company
Traded as LJSE: TLSG
Industry Telecommunication
Founded January 3, 1995
Headquarters Ljubljana, Slovenia
Key people
Rudolf Skobe, President [1]
Tomaž Seljak, Vice-President
Aleš Aberšek
Ranko Jelača
Vesna Lednik, Worker Director
Products Fixed telephony
Mobile telephony
Broadband Internet
IT/Network services
Revenue €756.454 million (2014)
Owner Government of Slovenia[2]
Individual shareholders
Domestic corporations
Number of employees
4,431 (TS Group)[2] (2014)



In 1994 PTT Slovenija separated postal and telecommunication activities and transferred all telecommunication infrastructure to the newly founded Telekom Slovenije.

International operationsEdit

Telekom Slovenije, d.d., the parent company, is part of the Telekom Slovenije Group, which also comprises subsidiaries based in Slovenia and Southeast Europe. Subsidiaries 100% owned by Telekom Slovenije in Slovenia: GVO, d.o.o., Avtenta, d.o.o., TSmedia, d.o.o., and Soline, d.o.o. Subsidiaries majority owned by Telekom Slovenije abroad: Ipko Telecommunications sh.p.k. (Kosovo), and Siol DOOEL Skopje (Macedonia), Blicnet d.o.o., Banja Luka and Siol, d.o.o., Sarajevo (Bosnia and Hercegovina), Siol d.o.o., Beograd (Serbia), Siol d.o.o., Podgorica (Montenegro) and Siol d.o.o., Zagreb (Croatia).


Group activities comprise fixed and mobile communication (fixed and mobile telephony, fixed and mobile broadband services IP telephony (Voice over IP) and IPTV), digital content and services, multimedia services and digital advertising, system integration and cloud computing services, construction and maintenance of telecommunication networks, as well as conservation of natural and cultural heritage in the Sečovlje Salina Nature Park.

Management and sharesEdit

The Telekom Slovenije Group is a joint-stock company with two tier management system. The Management Board has the executive role and represents the company and the Supervisory Board exercises control over the management of company operations. The shareholders exercise their rights in the company matters through the General Meeting which is the highest decision-making body of the company.

Telekom Slovenije shares (ticker symbol TLSG) have been listed on Ljubljana Stock Exchange(LJSE) since 2 October 2006 and were listed on the prime market of the LJSE on 3 May 2007. TLSG shares are part of the Slovenian stock exchange index SBI20 and the Slovenian Blue Chip Index SBI TOP.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Management board". Retrieved 21 May 2017. 
  2. ^ a b "Company profile". Retrieved 21 May 2017. 

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