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Telenor Bulgaria’s long-term commitment to Safer Internet
Telenor Bulgaria has launched a programme which increases awareness of potential risks regarding the Internet and provides students and teachers with tools and advice on how to overcome such challenges. Since the programme’s launch in April this year, more than 120 students successfully completed the training and are committed to passing on their knowledge to their peers. A two-day interactive training includes games and role-play helping future cyber-scouts to recognize risky situations and to learn how to cope with unpleasant experiences online.
MyStudy- helping students in Bangladesh
In a new collaboration between Grameenphone and Telenor Digital, one of the city schools in Dhaka, Bangladesh last week acted as the launch site of a new mobile education solution aimed at students.
Asia’s top five most annoying internet habits
Have you have ever been irked or annoyed online? Numbers prove – you’re not alone. As the expanding ways in which the internet provides ease to your life increases, so invariably does the rise of irritating internet habits.
How to talk to your kids about the internet
A first for Telenor Group’s markets – our guidebook on how to talk to kids about the internet, written for parents by parents – is now rolling out on a large scale across Asia. To date, the book has been published in partnership with UNICEF and CyberSAFE and is available for download in four languages. Because being a digital service provider is about #MorethanConnectivity. It's about keeping families safe in the digital world.
#WeWant4G engages people across Norway
An open competition to Telenor Norway 4G coverage beyond the rollout plan created huge engagement across Norway, resulting in 26,000 nominations and 19 winners who are about to get 4G coverage.
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|11 Nov 2015||
Two Telenor managers temporarily relieved of their responsibilities
|11 Nov 2015||
Two Telenor Group executives temporarily relieved of their responsibilities
|09 Nov 2015||
The Telenor Board and Baksaas terminate consultancy agreement
|05 Nov 2015||
Telenor Board assigns Deloitte to perform review of its minority ownership in VimpelCom
|03 Nov 2015||
VimpelCom’s announced provisions increases Telenor’s concerns
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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.