Telenor Group’s response to proposed Myanmar Cyber Security Bill (Updated 8.3.2021)
(Fornebu, 8 March 2021) Telenor Group calls for reinstatement of civil liberties and human rights protection and restoration of a sound legal framework in Myanmar with proportionality and proper checks and balances.
Data network restored in Myanmar
Update 7 February: Telenor Myanmar has restored the data network nationwide, following instruction from the MoTC.
Strong performance in a challenging year
(Fornebu, 2 February 2021) «The year 2020 was marked by the global pandemic. In this unprecedented situation, Telenor accelerated the digitalization, managed to safeguard employees and maintained critical connectivity to customers. For the full year, Telenor delivered an organic EBITDA growth of 2 percent and a solid free cash flow of NOK 21 billion.
Telenor: The Covid-19 digitalisation wave makes its mark on 2021 tech trends
(Fornebu, 22 January 2021) Digitalisation efforts in every corner of society will accelerate in the wake of Covid-19, predicts Telenor Research. From new technology to combat loneliness, to remote education that’s here to stay, compounded by password panic induced by rising security concerns – these are some of the trends that will shape 2021.
Telenor invests to further digitalise the maritime industry
(Arendal, 23 November 2020) Investment in new technology will accelerate digitalisation in the maritime industry, opening up new opportunities in sustainable operations and secure connectivity at sea.
Continued strong performance – digitalisation and modernisation drive EBITDA growth
(Fornebu, 21 October 2020) «Telenor’s third quarter results highlight the strength of our operating model, which provides flexibility in managing operations of critical services during uncertain times. The overall performance was positively impacted by organisational modernisation and accelerated digitalisation programmes.
Delivering critical services in demanding times
(Fornebu, 16 July 2020) «This quarter has brought unprecedented challenges for our customers and employees, as societies in the regions Telenor operates in have endured the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact of measures taken to stop it. In such a situation, providing our customers with critical services and ensuring our employees’ health and safety has been our first priority. Despite the challenges, I am proud to say that during the past months, Telenor has taken a leap within digitalisation. We are now further increasing our focus on touch free operations, digital customer interactions and new ways of working.
Telenor and Cisco Strengthen Partnership to Support Critical Infrastructure Transitions for Telcos; Scale Joint Venture WG2 for Global Operations
OSLO, Norway, and SAN JOSE, Calif., June 25, 2020 – Telenor and Cisco announced today the signing of the third iteration of the Joint Purpose Agreement between the companies, outlining areas where they will strengthen focus together including security, 5G, Open vRAN, B2B expansion, distributed cloud and furthering Telenor Group’s digital transformation to support its flexible way of work approach.
Telenor Group divests shares in Wave Money
(Fornebu, 24 June 2020) Telenor Group will divest its shares in Digital Money Myanmar Limited (“Wave Money”) to Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd.
Telenor’s Post-Pandemic Predictions
(Fornebu/ Singapore, 10 June 2020) The COVID-19 crisis has unearthed new considerations for infrastructure, employment and privacy. Telenor Research outlines three key predictions that could characterise our new world.