We compete fairly.

What we need to know

Fair competition is important to society and creates long-lasting business opportunities for Telenor, in all countries where Telenor is present

Creating or benefiting from an unfair advantage will harm our reputation with our customers, business partners and the public

Anti-competitive agreements or practices are not only against our standards, they are against the law

What is expected of all of us

We make our own pricing and business strategy and compete on the merits on our offerings

We limit communications with actual or potential competitors and do not share commercially sensitive information

We do not, formally or informally, enter into agreements or practices with actual or potential competitors to share markets, fix prices or limit input or sales

We obtain approval according to our internal requirements before joining a Trade Association or Industry Forum

We remove ourselves immediately from the discussion and report the conversation to our Legal Function and/or Integrity Hotline should a conversation with an actual or potential competitor turn to an inappropriate, anti-competitive subject

We have an obligation to promptly report suspected violations of competition laws to the Legal Function

What to look out for

If we are approached by actual or potential competitors, customers or business partners with information about their pricing, strategies, business tactics or similar topics

If we suspect formal or informal agreements exist, or otherwise are to be entered into, that limit our actual or potential competitors’ access to customers or related markets

If we plan to attend informal or social meetings with actual or potential competitors

If we plan to interact with actual or potential competitors where there are indications that the objective is to exchange competitive sensitive information

If we plan to establish pricing strategies or other market strategies that could be viewed as abuse of dominant position

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