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Telenor tightens the purse strings

The team claim to have shaved 1 billion kroner (roughly €105 million) of fat across the business, but it doesn’t want to stop there.

Telenor says enough is enough with troubled Veon

Most Norwegians we’ve met to date have been nice, relatively laid back people, but the execs at Telenor have seemingly been pushed to breaking point, resulting in the divestment of Veon.

TeliaSonera and Telenor pull out of Danish merger

he merger of the Danish business units of TeliaSonera and Telenor, which was announced in December 2014, had been abandoned following the failure to come to an agreement with the European Commission.

Opera launches App Pass to get emerging markets on mobile data

Opera Software has announced the App Pass, which is designed to give mobile subscribers free-of-charge access to selected apps for a set period of time. As a feature of Opera Max, an app designed for mobile data saving and management, the App Pass is targeted at emerging markets to encourage more mobile data usage.

Huawei, Telenor sign deal to supply RAN across Europe, Asia

Chinese infrastructure vendor Huawei has announced a five-year agreement with Norwegian telco Telenor to supply radio access networks (RAN) across Europe and Asia. Under the deal, called the Global Frame Agreement, the two partners will focus on modernising existing 2G and 3G networks and further technological advancement to 4G for all Telenor subsidiaries. Huawei and […]

TeliaSonera, Telenor to combine Danish operations

Nordic operator TeliaSonera and Norway-headquartered Telenor have announced an agreement to merge their Danish operations into a joint venture, of which each party will hold 50%. The two telcos said the new company will create a robust new operator in the very competitive Danish market.

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