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Telenor – 11 Years Of Successful Operations in Serbia

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National Day Of Belgium Marked

Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia H.E. Koenraad...

Japanese Business Alliance Summer Gathering

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Economic And Financial Dialogue With Western Balkans And Turkey

EU encourages Serbia to reinforce medium-term sustainability...

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From Turkish volleyballers to German judokas, the Olympic village in Tokyo has been in thrall to the Serbian world...

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Welcoming all present, Ingeborg Øfsthus, CEO of Telenor Serbia, pointed out that Telenor is continuing to contribute to the development of digitalisation in Serbia, in partnership with key participants from the state and economic sectors.

Telenor company has built the largest mobile network in the country, which connects over three million customers. Telenor 4G network is following the customers’ growing needs, providing a seamless and consistent experience wherever they are.

Telenor Foundation is entering the second decade of its work with over 200 projects implemented in cooperation with some 300 partners.

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