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The unconnected senior citizens of Asia
Telenor Group believes that mobile internet is a catalyst for growth and that it should be accessible to everyone. Through our vision of “Internet for All” we are committed to building a digital future for all the people of Asia.
More than a greenfield. The company that changed Pakistan
As the first CEO of Telenor Pakistan, Tore Johnsen had a clear view from the start of the kind of company that he wanted to be a part of shaping. This is his story.
Open innovation and a passion for coding
In the beginning of May, Telenor Digital´s community of enthusiastic code creators gathered at the tech incubator StartupLab, for a Hackathon. On the menu: hacking, pizza, design thinking and the topic, “Health”.
Bangladesh to address Gender Diversity
In association with Bangladesh Brand Forum, Grameenphone has launched the first ever Women Professionals Network in Bangladesh.
Digi marks 20th anniversary in Malaysia
Digi celebrates 20 years of inspiring Malaysia; aims to keep the next twenty filled with as much drive, innovation, inspiration and growth as the last.
Parenting in the digital world: challenges and tips
Three out of four parents lack knowledge about social media, shows a recent survey conducted in Norway. "Telenor wants to help parents to increase awareness and knowledge of social media, to be good digital role models for our children" says Berit Svendsen, Telenor Norway CEO.
Creating school of the future in Hungary
Telenor launched Hipersuli Education Programme in Hungary, enabling hundreds of children to experience state-of-the-art digital education, relying on user-friendly mobile devices and fast Hipernet network.
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|21 May 2015||
Telenor renews global agreement with UNI Global Union
|18 May 2015||
Morten Sørby to head Telenor Group in Asia
|12 May 2015||
Telenor Group continues its focus on sustainability in business
|12 May 2015||
Sigve Brekke new Telenor Group CEO
|05 May 2015||
Record-high revenues and EBITDA
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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.
Grameenphone recognized for Corporate Responsibility efforts
Grameenphone’s Corporate Responsibility efforts have been recognized through the Standard Chartered Bank- Financial Express CSR Award, during the 2014 ceremony.