TeliaSonera launches survey app in 12 countries

Wednesday 16 February 2011 | 09:17 CET | News
TeliaSonera launched 'Trends,' a mobile phone application designed for following the current telecom trends in real time. The application, available from both Android Market as well as Apple App Store, is available in twelve European and Asian countries. With 'Trends,' TeliaSonera advances its annual trend surveys into a real time digital dialog. Through 'Trends,' TeliaSonera will be able to analyse ongoing trends and at the same time maximise their presence in social media and further strengthen their dialogue with the surrounding world. The app was launched on the Swedish App Store and

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Telia
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