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”When we first came to Serbia, our goal was to put a mobile phone in the hand of every customer and to enable access to modern technologies. Today, ten years later, our vision is full digitalization of society and creating new solutions that would simplify the lives of our customers. In parallel with 4G rollout, we just tested 5G technology, as a sign of constant desire to be leaders in providing innovative digital solutions, not only for our customers but for the society as well”, said Ingeborg Øfsthus, CEO of Telenor Serbia.

Telenor is the largest single investor in Serbia, and during ten years of its operations, it invested over €445 million in the development of infrastructure and services.