Mobility data can help prepare Thailand for next dengue outbreak
Telenor Group collaborated with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Mahidol-Oxford Research Unit (MORU) and dtac, its operator in Thailand, to explore the relationship between human movement and the spread of dengue fever.
Calling for a return to full mobile internet in Myanmar
(21 May 2021) Telenor has signed a joint statement by the Global Network Initiative and the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, calling for an end to the more than two months of mobile Internet disruptions and Internet restrictions in Myanmar.
The Nordic CEOs for a Sustainable Future, the Norwegian Finance Ministry, and the Oslo Stock Exchange declare support for the TCFD recommendations
(May 21 2021) The joint stance behind the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) comes as the Nordic CEOs for a Sustainable Future release a guide to help other Nordic companies begin the process of implementing the TCFD recommendations.
Groundbreaking 5G solution paves the way for new digital services
Telenor continues to push the boundaries of connectivity by introducing the world’s most diverse multi-vendor 5G Standalone solution to date.
Telenor Myanmar pays annual licence fee under strong protest – calls for immediate opening of data network
(26.03.2021) Telenor is required to meet its licence obligations and pay the annual licence fee, but does so under strong protest against recent developments and calls for Myanmar to immediately open the data network and honour the country’s commitments to international agreements and human rights law.
Telenor puts diversity and inclusion on the supplier agenda
Telenor has set high expectations for itself in terms of its diversity and inclusion agenda. Now the company wants to know more about its suppliers and how they view diversity and inclusion in their business.
Telenor places third among telcos on 2020 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index
The index, which ranks companies across Governance, Freedom of Expression and Privacy, sees Telenor advances one place in the rankings since the company’s inaugural inclusion in 2019.
Telenor Group remains concerned with the situation in Myanmar.
(Fornebu, 2 February 2021, 09:30am) Please find Telenor Group’s statement on the current situation in Myanmar:
Telenor expands child online safety platform, DigiWorld, in Asia
(Singapore 02.12.2020) With cyberbullying on the rise, Telenor Group is on track to have increased the digital resilience of 4 million children globally by end-2020
Telenor Group re-elected to the GSMA Board
(London/Fornebu, 16 November 2020) The GSMA has announced its new board for the 2021-2022 term. Telenor Group President & CEO Sigve Brekke has been re-elected for a seat alongside 25 global peers.