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Telenor ASA is a telecommunication company. The Company's segments include Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Bulgaria, Montenegro & Serbia, dtac-Thailand, Digi-Malaysia, Grameenphone-Bangladesh, Pakistan, Myanmar, Broadcast and Other units. The Company's main products and services are mobile communication, fixed line communication and broadcasting activities. The Company's mobile communication business mainly includes voice, data, Internet, content services, customer equipment and messaging. Its fixed services comprise telephony, Internet and television, leased lines, as well as data services and managed services. Its broadcast activities comprise Canal Digital DTH in the Nordics, satellite broadcasting and terrestrial radio and television transmission in Norway and Belgium. Its Other units consist of International wholesale, Telenor Digital, corporate functions and others.
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Tone H. Bachke
Chief Financial Officer
Cecilie Blydt Heuch
Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer
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Norway's Telenor raised its full-year earnings guidance after beating third-quarter expectations on Wednesday as cost cuts offset lower subscriber and roaming revenue.
A European watchdog on Tuesday said it had fined telecoms company Telenor 112 million euros for anticompetitive practices in Norway between 2008 and 2012.
A European monitoring body said on Tuesday it had fined Norwegian telecoms company Telenor 112 million euros for anticompetitive practices.
Norway's Telenor <TEL.OL> on Tuesday warned that 2020 revenue and earnings will fall short of its outlook as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc, while posting first-quarter operating profit slightly ahead of forecasts.
Norway's Telenor warned on Tuesday that 2020 revenue and earnings will fall short of the telecom firm's own guidance, hit by the coronavirus pandemic, while posting first-quarter operating profits slightly ahead of forecasts.
* SOLID FIRST QUARTER FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE DESPITE EARLY INDICATIONS OF COVID-19 CONSEQUENCES
Norway's Telenor is combining its Asian operations into a single entity under new leadership to be better placed to pursue deals in the region, its top executive said on Thursday.
* ON CORONAVIRUS: DUE TO CURRENT SITUATION WITH COVID-19, TELENOR HAS DECIDED TO CANCEL EVENT AND INSTEAD HOST OPENING AS A VIRTUAL VIDEO CONFERENCE
Norway's Telenor could see some impact from the coronavirus outbreak on hardware deliveries, but has of yet seen no impact on its business, its top executive said on Tuesday.
Norway's Telenor will see revenue growth of up to 2% annually until 2022, as it cuts costs further, rolls out 5G telecoms networks and increases dividends every year, the company said on Tuesday.
Norway's Telenor will see moderate growth in revenue and earnings in coming years as the company continues to slash costs and rolls out 5G telecoms networks, it said on Tuesday
Norway's Telenor <TEL.OL> posted higher-than-expected fourth-quarter operating profits on Wednesday and said it expects its underlying earnings to rise in 2020 after last year's decline.
Norway's Telenor posted higher-than-expected fourth-quarter operating profits on Wednesday and predicted its underlying earnings will revert to growth in 2020 after last year's decline, the telecoms company said.
Telenor <TEL.OL> reiterated on Sunday Huawei would be involved in building Norway's 5G network along with Ericsson <ERICb.ST>, one of several companies to continue working with the Chinese company despite U.S. pressure.
Telenor will use equipment from Huawei in building Norway's 5G network, the telecoms operator said on Sunday, one of several companies to continue working with the Chinese company despite U.S. pressure.
Telenor has picked Sweden's Ericsson as the key technology provider for its fifth-generation (5G) telecoms network in Norway, it said on Friday, gradually removing China's Huawei [HWT.UL] after a decade of collaboration over 4G.
Telenor has picked Sweden's Ericsson as the key technology provider for its fifth-generation (5G) telecoms network in Norway, it said on Friday, scaling back the role of China's Huawei after a decade of collaboration over 4G.
Norway's center-right government will give up its right to sell up to 20% of telecoms operator Telenor <TEL.OL>, the country's third largest listed company, the Ministry of Trade and Industry said on Friday.
Norway's Telenor said on Friday it had sold its remaining 157 million shares in telecoms group VEON for $362 million.
Norway's centre-right government will give up its right to sell a 20% stake in telecoms operator Telenor, it said in a statement on Friday.
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