Scandinavian fraternisation in Telenor

It will be less expensive to be a travelling Scandinavian in Telenor's network. Today, Telenor launches the additional service Ring Scandinavia - a new offer to business customers in Norway with a high share of mobile roaming traffic in Scandinavia. Telenor is simultaneously gathering the companies in Scandinavia under one brand and offering its services to around 7 million customers in the region.

It will be less expensive to be a travelling Scandinavian in Telenor's network. Today, Telenor launches the additional service Ring Scandinavia - a new offer to business customers in Norway with a high share of mobile roaming traffic in Scandinavia. Telenor is simultaneously gathering the companies in Scandinavia under one brand and offering its services to around 7 million customers in the region.

"Our customers have the desired benefits from us operating in Sweden and Denmark, and we are now offering an additional service that reduces the mobile costs for these customers," says Abraham Foss, head of business markets at Telenor Norway.

High volumes of roaming traffic
Sweden and Denmark currently account for approximately 30 per cent of the total roaming voice traffic. It is therefore important that Telenor has a good offer for our customers in Scandinavia. Having our own companies in Sweden and Denmark enables us to provide an attractive offer in the Telenor network in Scandinavia.

Broad customer base
Ring Scandinavia is Telenor's first additional service for roaming voice traffic, and is aimed at business customers with large traffic volumes in Scandinavia. The low monthly charge means that the service will appeal to a broad customer base. In practice, it will benefit customers with around 20 minutes of outgoing traffic in Scandinavia per month.

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