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Telenor Norway needs to improve routines after 5-hour fault hit Finnmark in November 2018

Friday 22 November 2019 | 14:00 CET | News
Norwegian telecoms regulator Nkom said that downtime on Telenor's network in Finnmark in November 2018 was not caused by any legal breaches but that its analysis found room to improve the operator's routines. Two simultaneous infrastructure faults left several boroughs without telephony and broadband service for more than five hours. Airfields had to shut and the coastal radio system was affected.

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Categories: General
Companies: Telenor Norway
Countries: Norway
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