United Group, the leading telco and media provider in Southeast Europe, is donating medical equipment and funds totaling USD 3 million in all the countries where it operates – Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and North Macedonia – as well as in Bulgaria, where it is awaiting regulatory approval for the acquisition of Vivacom.

USD 1,200,000 will be donated in cash and USD 1,800,000 in medical equipment, such as medical ventilators, thermometers, masks, highest-quality virus tests, and protective goggles. The deliveries of equipment have been coordinated with the governments of the countries and will begin this week.

At a time when we will all need courage and support, United Group contributes to the joint effort to overcome one of the largest global health crises, assist medical workers and provide additional safety for the public.  To support all the people which are currently bound to stay at home, United Group has also provided free additional content across all of its platforms in the entire region.

United Group, seated in Amsterdam, is the leading telecommunications and media operator in Southeast Europe. It provides high-quality services to users throughout the region, with significant investments in the digital infrastructure, content and technology. United Group subsidiaries include SBB, Telemach, United Cloud, Tele2 Croatia, United Media—with television channels Nova, N1, Nova S, Nova BH, Nova M, Doma, Sport Klub, Fight Channel, Mini, Grand, Pikaboo, Vavoom, Cinemania, Lov i Ribolov, IDJ, and Brainz—the nova.rs portal, and marketing agencies Cas Media and Direct Media. Over the past 18 years, the Group has expanded its presence through organic growth and acquisitions, employing 5,360 people, and providing services to more than 1.8 million homes.