Research Brief

Tele2 seeks buyers for German-language operations

, published: July 2008
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At its largest, Tele2 was present in 25 countries but from 2005 the company began to refocus its geographic presence and is now present in 12 countries. Recently, Tele2 has divested three more subsidiaries in Europe: Luxembourg and Liechtenstein to Belgacom, while Polish fixed network operator Netia bought Tele2 Poland. At the same time, rumours have been floating around about Tele2 wanting to sell its Austrian and Swiss operations as well, while Tele2's CEO Lars-Johan Jarnheimer does not expect to have German operations next year. This brief investigates the divestments and possible sales by Tele2 in Western Europe.


Research Type Overview
Published 24 Jul 2008
Pages 3
File Type PDF
Size 62kb
Geographic Scope    Austria, Europe, France, Germany, Netherlands, Russian Federation, Scandinavia, Switzerland
Editions Fixed, General, Internet, Mobile
Topics M&A, buyouts & divestments, Market research / news, Voice services, Internet Access
Companies Tele2

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