Telenor to renew the mobile phone: Even easier mobile services
Entry is the name of a new menu option that will appear on selected mobile phones – soon available at sales outlets. Telenor makes it easier to use mobile services – enabling more customers to use their handsets for more than just regular calls and message sending.
Telenor reduces mobile prices
Telenor further lowers the prices on several of its mobile services. The prices are reduced by a total of more than NOK 100 million.
Telenor’s Annual General Meeting
of Telenor ASA has today approved the financial statements and annual report of Telenor ASA and the Group for 2003 and the Board’s proposal of a dividend of NOK 1.00 per share. The dividend will be paid on 25 May to shareholders registered as holding shares on the date of the AGM. As of 7 May 2004, the Telenor share will be traded exclusive of dividend.
Telenor to launch netcentric switchboard with unique functionalities
: Telenor is launching the inContact Switchboard, a new and to the global community, unique switchboard solution that makes businesses more customer-friendly.
Results for the 1st quarter of 2004
Telenor’s revenues increased by 13 per cent in the first quarter of 2004 compared to the first quarter last year, to just below NOK 14.3 billion, mainly due to growth in the mobile operations and the consolidation of Sonofon. Compared to the same period operating profit increased by NOK 807 million to NOK 2,282 million, while profit before taxes and minority interests increased by NOK 3.6 billion to NOK 4.7 billion.
Telenor to contribute to mobile coverage on ferries and ships
As part of a share issue, Telenor will invest NOK 25 million in the Grimstad-based mobile company Maritime Communications Partner (MCP). Telenor will be the company’s largest shareholder, holding 33.3 per cent of the shares. MCP has developed a unique concept to facilitate regular GSM coverage on board international ferries and ships. The six co-founders of the company all share a background from Ericsson’s Grimstad branch.
Telenor: Presentation of first quarter results 2004
Telenor will present their financial results for the first quarter 2004 on Wednesday 5 May, at 0900 hrs Norwegian time. The presentation will be a joint press and analysts presentation, held in the Auditorium, Telenor Expo Visitor centre at Fornebu.
SONOFON acquires CBB Mobil
In Denmark the Telenor owned mobile phone company SONOFON has today reached agreement with the shareholders of CBB Mobil A/S to acquire the company. CBB Mobil will continue as an independent company in its own name.
Stock Exchange notice re Digi.Com
Telenor`s subsidiary in Malaysia, Digi.Com, have reported their first quarter figures to the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange today. The reported figures in NOK are quoted below.
Telenor in Nobel Peace Center partnership
Telenor has entered into a partnership agreement with The Nobel Peace Center. “Communication, in the broadest sense of the word, expresses the basic idea of the Peace Center. We are therefore very pleased to have an international communications partner like Telenor as part of our team,” said Geir Lundestad, Director of The Norwegian Nobel Institute and Chairman of The Nobel Peace Center. Telenor is to contribute NOK 14 million over a four-year period to the Peace Center, which is due to open in June 2005. The contribution will consist of supply of services provided and a sponsorship fee.