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Mobile World Congress
From 22-26 February, Telenor Group will be present with a hospitality stand during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. For media who have interview requests with our key spokespeople, please contact Telenor’s Communications team.
Digi is first in Malaysia to test hydrogen-powered base stations
Digi spearheads initiative with industry to test a proof of concept using a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell system to power base stations, possibly replacing or reducing the use of diesel.
Telenor Pakistan releases landmark “digital Pakistan” report
Telenor Pakistan has today released a report detailing the high potential that digital solutions would have in developing and empowering Pakistan. The report states that in five years or less, Pakistan could attain digital connectivity indicators similar to Malaysia.
200,000 children have learned about cyber bullying
Norway’s biggest school tour against cyber bullying, Use Your Head, has reached an important milestone: 200,000 pupils have now learnt about how to prevent bullying. 96 per cent of the teachers believe the tour can prevent instances of online bullying.
Trend Report from CES 2016
Telenor’s VP of Internet of Things, Robert Brunbäck, shares his take on the latest tech trends unveiled at the CES 2016 in Las Vegas.
The theme (the new work life) of this year’s conference hosted by the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO) is important and timely. The way in which goods and services are produced and resources utilized is changing rapidly. Industries that insist on following today’s model may quickly become outdated. For Norway, this means that we must be equally good at software and artificial intelligence as we are at skiing.
A string of network innovations in Denmark
Telenor Denmark is set to serve the Danish customers' huge appetite for data with the strong network, 4G voice, WiFi calling and 4G+ internet speeds.
Telenor speaks at UN General Assembly
Last week, the United Nations General Assembly reaffirmed its common desire and commitment to the vision of the World Summit on the Information Society to build a people-centred, inclusive and development-oriented information society.
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|09 Feb 2016||
Safe Internet research spotlights student experiences with cyberbullying and online peer pressure
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|04 Feb 2016||
Ingeborg Øfsthus appointed CEO of Telenor Serbia
|01 Feb 2016||
Telenor to acquire marketing technology firm Tapad
|20 Jan 2016||
2016 is the year of softwarization and data for social good
|17 Dec 2015||
Gunn Wærsted elected as new Chair of the Board of Telenor ASA
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Safe online with Telenor Sweden
Telenor Sweden launches a long-term initiative to help customers and their families to feel safe on internet. “When feeling safe people dare to explore and take advantage of the fantastic opportunities that internet brings,” says Telenor’s Lina Sundqvist.
Leveraging mobile technology to improve birth registration rates in Pakistan
In an effort to innovate access to birth registration in Pakistan, Telenor Pakistan and UNICEF joined hands in 2014 to pioneer the use of mobile technology in Pakistan to promote one of the most fundamental rights of the child.
Uninor encourages its employees to voluntarily contribute towards corporate responsibility initiatives identified by the organization. Our employees take time out to participate in activities that make a difference to the community.
The Maharashtra & Goa Circle of Uninor initiated the program SEWA, in association with Hope for the Children Foundation.
In collaboration with a local NGO, Uninor’s Bihar and Jharkhand Circle has set up an innovative outbound call centre at Patna where 38 women from impoverished areas were trained and inducted as tele-callers.
Mera Mobile, Mera Sathi
Through research it was revealed that the plight of women and the inequality they face in other walks of life is also prevalent in the use of mobile phones. As per research conducted by GFK in certain parts of Uttar Pradesh (UP) it was revealed that only 27% women own a mobile phone, versus 79% men in the same area.
Project Sampark, in cooperation with the GSM Association, aims to increase women’s access to the use of mobile phones and to promote solutions towards women’s barriers to mobile usage. . This will enable them to enjoy the benefits of life-enhancing mobile services and to break social prejudice that prevents them from using mobile phones.