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Six Youth Building Peace in Asia
This International Youth Day, the world celebrates young people’s contributions to inclusion, social justice and peace – and these six digital natives from across Asia are doing more than their share. From Pakistan to Malaysia, they’re using technology to build refuges for refugees, bring education to all, make communities healthier, help war-ravaged families rebuild and […]
Latest press release - 21 Aug 2017 08:00
Cecilie B. Heuch appointed EVP and Chief People Officer of Telenor Group
Telenor Group today announced that Cecilie B. Heuch has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, effective 1st December 2017. Heuch succeeds Jon Erik Haug who will stay in his current role until Heuch joins Telenor. He will then seek new opportunities.
International Youth Day: Peace can be achieved through AI and education, say youth in Telenor Group survey
Artificial intelligence and inclusive education systems should be seen as important tools in furthering the cause of peace, youth in Asia tell Telenor Nearly 7,000 millennials, ages 15-30, have been surveyed across seven countries in Asia, including Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Malaysia, Pakistan and Singapore It’s International Youth Day, and organizations around the world are […]
Four million farmers digitally empowered
GSMA’s mNutrition initiative empowered more than five million farmers in six developing countries, nearly four million of them in collaboration with Grameenphone and Telenor Pakistan.
With iFleet, Digi ventures into IoT world
Digi are venturing into a new area of business – the internet of things (IoT). Earlier in June they launched iFleet, an IoT-based fleet management system for vehicles, targeting the B2B market.
Tapad Board Appoints Sigvart Voss Eriksen as New CEO
Current CEO and Founder Are Traasdahl to Assume New Role as Chairman Emeritus.
WowBox reaches 10 million users
WowBox has reached 10 million registered users. The Telenor-developed app was launched in Bangladesh in May 2015, and has since been launched in Pakistan and Myanmar.
Providing internet for all in Myanmar—in record time
Mobile connectivity and the many opportunities that come with it were unknown to larger population of Myanmar until 2014. In just 32 months, close to 90% of the South East Asian nation’s population and more than 94% of townships in whole or in part are covered by Telenor Myanmar’s network. Telenor Myanmar’s Chief Marketing Officer, Joslin Myrthong, explains how a non-discriminatory market approach and multi-stakeholder collaboration helped the company build the country’s largest and fastest growing network.
Annual Report 2016
Telenor’s Annual Report for 2016 is now published and available for downloading. Take a look at the highlights from last year.