Press Releases • Sep 17, 2018 06:00 BST
According to analyses from Speedtest® by Ookla®, Telenor has the world’s fastest mobile network. The company wants to celebrate this achievement together with its customers, which is why Telenor is granting them a gift of 5GB data.
Press Releases • Aug 28, 2018 16:05 BST
Telenor Norway has the fastest mobile network in the world, according to Ookla, which analyses the speeds from tests conducted by mobile customers.
Press Releases • Aug 17, 2018 07:54 BST
New measures at Telenor Norway to respond to the digital shift. Ingeborg Øfsthus will take over as CTO on 1 September. Simultaneously, IT will be spun off from the Technology division to become its own division within the company. This unit will be headed up by Richard Stigaard.
Press Releases • Jul 05, 2018 12:21 BST
Health workers spent large portions of their workday searching for stationary PCs to fill inn patients’ medical records, while patients spend hours travelling to the hospital for consultations. New digital services could be the solution.
Press Releases • Jun 21, 2018 07:48 BST
The Norwegian Competition Authority has decided to impose a fine of NOK 788 million on Telenor as a result of an investigation commencing on 4 December 2012.
Press Releases • Jun 21, 2018 06:39 BST
Telenor has set itself the goal of securing its customers' Internet use, and is now taking action to prevent cyber criminals from easily attacking innocent web surfers. Telenor is now introducing a filter which blocks websites that could harm customers, regardless of whether they are on a PC, tablet or mobile phone.
Press Releases • May 18, 2018 09:00 BST
In a new report from Ookla, Telenor Norway is awarded for having the fastest mobile network in Norway in 2017. The result is based on customers' own measurements.
Press Releases • May 16, 2018 08:15 BST
Norwegian technology companies want to start using unmanned aerial systems (FX450) to improve situational awareness, meet communications needs and make us better able to handle incidents.
Telenor Norway and the Norwegian Armed Forces Cyber Defence enter into an emergency preparedness agreement
Press Releases • Jan 19, 2018 08:42 GMT
The Norwegian Armed Forces Cyber Defence and Telenor Norway have signed an agreement on strengthening national handling of digital security incidents. – A closer cooperation should ensure that our resources are available to one another on the day they're required, says Major General Inge Kampenes, Chief of the Norwegian Armed Forces Cyber Defence.
About Telenor Norway
For over 160 years we have enabled people to communicate. We intend to continue. Our history makes us look to the future.
Telenor Norway AS is Norway’s largest digital service provider in the field of telecommunications and data services. We spend every day working at the forefront of digitising Norway. Our 3400 employees are based at our 23 offices across Norway, and we are part of the Telenor Group, which operates in 12 countries. Our services and... Show more
Telenor Norway AS is Norway’s largest digital service provider in the field of telecommunications and data services. We spend every day working at the forefront of digitising Norway. Our 3400 employees are based at our 23 offices across Norway, and we are part of the Telenor Group, which operates in 12 countries. Our services and products help to improve productivity and provide access to all digital content. Our security and preparedness organisation works around the clock to keep our customers safe, and we are particularly focused on our social responsibility to provide security and safety for children and young people online. Our head office is located at Fornebu in Bærum.
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