TeliaSonera launches independent service provider in Finland

Monday 17 May 2004 | 08:34 CET | News
TeliaSonera Finland has set its sights on increasing the end-customer base in the Finnish market. It has introduced a new service provider, independent of TeliaSonera Finland, and a new subscription product for a specific target group. The new independent service provider, Tele Finland, will offer mobile subscriptions in TeliaSonera Finland's network. Tele Finland is fully owned by TeliaSonera Finland, but has operational independence in order to maximize its agility. The company will operate under its own management and own brand, as its service concept differs from the TeliaSonera Finland

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Countries: Finland
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