This weekend, Sigve Brekke and Uninor were portrayed in an Indian TV program showing that both the leadership and the employees are still highly motivated to continue the fight for its operations in India.
2 February this year, the Indian Supreme Court passed an order to revoke 122 mobile licenses, including 22 licenses granted to Uninor. As the verdict refers to actions that happened prior to Telenor Group’s entrance into India, Uninor fights for its rights to continue its successful business in India.Â
The Indian TV station NDTV Profit, presenting in depth business news, published a 24 minute news program titled: “Uninor on the warpath?” on Saturday and Sunday last weekend. The program shows an energetic and highly motivated Sigve Brekke, Executive Vice President and Head of the Telenor Asia operations. Together with representatives of Uninor employees, referred to as the “winning team”, he shows that Telenor is a long-term telecom operator in India and that the Uninor spirit is even stronger than before.
The “We love Uninor” campaign launched by Uninor employees demonstrate their passion and willingness to fight to save the operations in the country.
NDTV stands for New Dehli Television, and it’s among India’s top broadcasters with three national channels, twenty-three offices and studios across the country.