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  • Telenor Pakistan granted 4G license for $395m

    KARACHI: Norwegian telecom giant Telenor has been awarded a $395 million 4G license, as Pakistan seeks to capitalise on a booming domestic mobile market some two years since broadband Internet arrived in the country...

    In 2014, Pakistan auctioned its first 4G broadband license to China’s Zong for $210 million, along with 3G licenses to Zong, the UAE’s Ufone, and domestic Mobilink...

  • Telenor launches 4G service, gives free trial to users

    Telenor has launched 4G service in Pakistan's six major cities — Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Multan, Peshawar, and Swat — techjuice...

    Telenor was awarded a $395 million 4G licence last month, as Pakistan sought to capitalise on a booming domestic mobile market some two years since broadband Internet arrived in the country...

  • Telenor acquires Tameer Bank

    KARACHI: Telenor Group has acquired the remaining 49 per cent shares of Tameer Microfinance Bank, thus making it a wholly-owned entity of the group...

    Telenor, with over 35 million subscribers and around 3,000 employees, have been providing telecommunication services in Pakistan since 2005...

  • Telenor to close down 17 sales, service centres

    KARACHI: The Telenor Pakistan, a provider of telecommunication services, has decided to close down its 17 sales and service centres across the country within this month...

    According to data of the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, the total number of the company’s subscribers fluctuated over the years...

  • Tameer rebrands itself as Telenor Microfinance Bank

    KARACHI: Tameer Microfinance Bank has been rebranded as Telenor Microfinance Bank almost a year after its 100 per cent acquisition by the Telenor Group, a press release said...

    The bank, established in 2005, is best known for its joint venture with Telenor Pakistan for the launch of Pakistan’s first and now the largest branchless banking service Easypaisa, in 2009...

  • Telenor slams Norway desecration incident

    KARACHI: Telenor Pakistan has condemned the desecration of the holy Quran and expressed concern over the incident that took place in Kristiansand, Norway, the company clarified its position in a press release on Monday...

    It further dispelled rumours about discontinuation of the company’s services following the circulation on social media of a fake notice attributed to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority, which was also disowned...

  • Telenor condemns Norway desecration incident, rubbishes rumours of discontinuation of services

    Telenor Pakistan on Monday dispelled rumours of the discontinuation of its services after a fake notice attributed to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) was circulated in this regard...

    In a press release, Telenor Pakistan, owned by the Norwegian company Telenor Group, expressed its "deepest concern" over the incident that took place in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand on November 16 and condemned the desecration of the...

  • Norway telecom operator Telenor snubs Huawei for 5G network

    Norwegian telecom operator Telenor said on Friday it had picked Sweden's Ericsson to build the country's 5G network, dropping Chinese behemoth Huawei which had provided equipment for its current 4G network...

    "When selecting the vendor for the radio access network, we have considered important factors like technical quality, ability to innovate and modernise the network, commercial terms and conditions, as well as carried out an...

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