Telenor is the second largest mobile operator in Pakistan
In Telenor, work and fun go hand in hand.
Telenor Pakistan is continuously implementing a range of environmental-friendly initiatives. The company has for instance launched energy-efficient and eco-friendly solar-powered base stations to increase network coverage.
With coverage reaching deep into many of the remotest areas of Pakistan, Telenor Pakistan is, in some places, the only operator connecting the previously unconnected.
The forecasts for the socio-economic impact of mobile financial services are impressive for Pakistan. A study conducted by the Boston Consulting Group for Telenor in 2011 show that mobile financial services may reduce financial exclusion by as much as 20 % in the country by 2020. This represents an increase of 3% of the total Gross Domestic Product. The economical and societal contributions of the new business activity include creating one million new jobs and improving health care access.
Telenor is through the service easypaisa offering bill payment, domestic and international remittance, as well as savings and insurance. More than 4 million transactions are conducted every month through easypaisa.
For detailed information on regulatory matters, network, licenses and competitors, see our business description for Telenor Pakistan.
|(NOK in millions)||First quarter||Year|
|Subscription and traffic||1 061||946||4 025|
|Other mobile revenues||7||7||14|
|Total revenues||1 395||1 286||5 406|
|EBITDA before other items||537||496||2 052|
|Operating profit (loss)||377||1||822|
|EBITDA before other items/Total revenues (%)||38.5||38.6||38.0|
|No. of subscriptions - Change in quarter/Total (in thousands):||1 806||277||33 405|
|ARPU - monthly (NOK)||11||12||12|