All the content and services you need. Anytime, anywhere, on any device.
One Stop Shop – Comoyo
Comoyo delivers the solutions that entertain you, let you communicate with your friends and store the content you care about. The company offers an Internet one-stop-shop for consumers on all devices and is currently working towards a closed beta that will be launched early summer 2011. The first service that will be tested together with beta users is a movies solution. Everyone is welcome to register at Comoyo’s website.
Comoyo was established in 2011 and is a global company, owned by Telenor. The company will launch market-by-market in the Nordics, starting with Norway.
WIMP for all music lovers
WiMP is a streaming service that gives you full access to play music from a library of several million tracks. You can browse the catalogue and WIMP recommendations, find lists with new releases, search for artists, albums and tracks, and build your own playlists.
Wimp is a service from Platekompaniet and Aspiro Music in Norway in collaboration with Telenor. For the time being, WIMP is available on the Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish market.
WiMP was recently also extended to Canal Digital’s (DTH) new Set-top-boxes from ADB in Norway. This is the first time that this type of advanced music service is available for Norwegian TV customers. The upgrade makes it possible for customers to use their iPad, iPhone and iPod as a remote, by downloading a new App called Canal Digital Remote from App Store.
Canal Digital’s website (in Norwegian)
Study on music and content sharing
The media landscape is continuously shaping across media. The Clouds and Concerts music study is an example of Telenor research collaboration with partners. This is a joint research project between the University of Oslo, content provider Aspiro and Telenor. The project analyzed nine weeks of anonymous data from WIMP before, during and after Norway’s largest music festival “Øya” (August 2010). They retrieved some amazing results on how the festival actually stimulated people’s streaming practices and music streaming from “the cloud”, gaining considerable momentum at international conferences. These days the partners are starting a new music project including location related issues within a Nordic perspective.
Canal Digital GO for live entertainment services
Canal Digital GO is a web portal for live entertainment services where customers in the Nordics may legally stream films and TV programs for PC or Mac over the Internet. In addition to film and TV content already included in a subscription agreement, Canal Digital GO offers you more than 2000 film titles for rent, from the hottest new releases to top films from later years where every family member will find something of interest. GO includes entertainment services and web content for all devices, including laptops, decoders, Smartphones, Smart-TVs etc.
Smart TVs are opening a totally new TV experience including the use of online interactive media, Internet TV, over-the-top content and online streaming, as well as traditional broadcast media. Canal Digital has launched widgets for Samsung Smart TV and will soon also include LG.
Canal Digital GO portal (in Norwegian)
MORE Mobile Relations
More Mobile Relations is a Nordic venture dedicated to exploiting the mobile phone within targeted marketing – and building of one-to-one relationships between enterprises and end-users.
Valuecodes AS is a joint venture between Telenor and the Nordic payment company PayEx, combining payment, value codes and mobile technology. Valuecodes offers simple intelligent solutions by which service providers may enter into close interaction with their customers.
Innovation for business customers
To stimulate open innovation, Telenor Norway launched the Telenor|Fusion portal. Through this portal third party players get access to Telenor core services, enabling services, payment solutions, and more, and information on how partners can distribute their mobile applications to Telenor Norway’s customers.