Telia Norway extends Nettslett cyber protection assistance to all its private mobile customers

Tuesday 12 October 2021 | 14:27 CET | News
Telia Norway said that it is now offering its Nettslett insurance service free of charge to all its existing and new private mobile subscribers. It provides assistance with having unauthorised content removed from the internet, as well as legal and psychological help if needed. Pal Rune Kaalen, head of retail customers, said Telia wants its subscribers to be able to go about their daily lives without worrying about cyber bullying, harassment or having private pictures spread online.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telia Norway
Countries: Norway
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