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Technological Developments in Norway Telecom
Sector Ken Research
2
With higher development taking place in mobile
and broadband penetration rates and higher
developed digital media sector, Norway has a
dynamic telecom market in common with other
Scandinavian countries. With relevant EC
legislation, Norway telecom sector has been
synchronized. There is an increase in competition
between existing players and newly entered
players. Despite all this, Telenor has been the
dominant operator in all the sectors in the
country. Some operators have been incorporating
and unitedly increasing its market share.
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For example- Telia Sonera increased its market
share by acquiring Tele 2 and in March 2016, it
has remained its local division Netcom as Telia.
On the other hand, Telio is now incorporated by
Next Gen Tel Holding. According to the report,
Norway - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital
Media - Statistics and Analyses, the penetration
of broadband in Norway has been the highest rate
in Europe. Therefore, migration to superfast
broadband services has been provided by the fire
network that took place with efforts of telco and
government of the country. It has been upgraded
to superfast VDSL and cable infrastructure. In
the end of 2016, G.Fast technology has been
observed being introduced by leading ISP's
Telenor and Next Gen Tel with a view to
commercial launch of services.
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  • In March 2016, Telenor mobil and Telia Sonera's
    have rebranded Telia division, and dominated the
    mobile market in the country. In December 2013,
    Tele 2 went through a failure to secure spectrum
    at auction and sold its Norwegian operations.
    Before the failure of Tele 2, it was a part owner
    of joint venture mobile Norway. Due to the
    failure of Tele 2, Ice.net an operator owned by
    AINMT Holdings was benefited by securing spectrum
    at auction and also gained network Norway's
    customer base as a part of the deal enforced by
    the telecom regulator. With the growing number of
    NVNO's, voice and data services were supplemented
    by these operators.
  • With Telenor as well as Telia spearheading
    networking, the network has been well advanced in
    LTE developments in the region. In the future
    years till 2020 and 2025, both the operators will
    decide to close down their 2G and 3G networks and
    will focus on 5G forth coming technologies
    instead to LTE development. It will also provide

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voice using VoLTE to consumers. To about 1.5
million Norwegians, Telia offers a LTE which will
provide service of 300 Mb/s. As a precursor to
5G, it has also achieved 1 GB data rate using
quad-band carrier aggregation technology. In
Norway, Telenor is the incumbent telecom operator
and has an experience of more than 150 years.
Fixed-line and mobile telephony, broadband, TV
and Datacom services are included in Telenor's
service portfolio. About 3.1 million mobile
subscriptions in Norway, 86 of subscriptions
were a contract which included SMS, data and
voice in 2016. It is the leading provider of
mobile communication in Norway. With the
persistent steps taken by the stable as well as
this leading company especially, all these
sectors are bound to register huge revenues in
the coming future.
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Key Topics Covered in the Report Norway
Broadband Services Industry Trends Norway Mobile
Data Industry Future Outlook Norway Information
and Communication Market Analysis Norway Telecom
Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Norway Telecom
Market Research Report Norway Internet Market
Service Providers Global Telecom Industry
Research Outlook Norway Broadband Industry
Improving Connectivity Norway Mobile Market
Manufacturers Analysis Norway Digital Networking
Infrastructure Development Opportunities Norway
Electronic Devices Market Research Norway
Telecommunication Devices Market Research Norway
Mobile Phone Subscribers Market
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To know more about the research
report https//www.kenresearch.com/technology-and
-telecom/telecommunications-and-networking/norway-
telecoms-mobile-broadband-statistics-analyses/7205
-105.html Related reports https//www.kenresearc
h.com/technology-and-telecom/telecommunications-an
d-networking/satellite-telecommunications-reseller
s/126976-105.html https//www.kenresearch.com/tec
hnology-and-telecom/telecommunications-and-network
ing/wireless-internet-services/126985-105.html
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Contact Ken Research Ankur Gupta, Head
Marketing Communications query_at_kenresearch.com
91-124-4230204
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Title: Technological Developments in Norway Telecom Sector: Ken Research


1
Technological Developments in Norway Telecom
Sector Ken Research
2
With higher development taking place in mobile
and broadband penetration rates and higher
developed digital media sector, Norway has a
dynamic telecom market in common with other
Scandinavian countries. With relevant EC
legislation, Norway telecom sector has been
synchronized. There is an increase in competition
between existing players and newly entered
players. Despite all this, Telenor has been the
dominant operator in all the sectors in the
country. Some operators have been incorporating
and unitedly increasing its market share.
3
For example- Telia Sonera increased its market
share by acquiring Tele 2 and in March 2016, it
has remained its local division Netcom as Telia.
On the other hand, Telio is now incorporated by
Next Gen Tel Holding. According to the report,
Norway - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital
Media - Statistics and Analyses, the penetration
of broadband in Norway has been the highest rate
in Europe. Therefore, migration to superfast
broadband services has been provided by the fire
network that took place with efforts of telco and
government of the country. It has been upgraded
to superfast VDSL and cable infrastructure. In
the end of 2016, G.Fast technology has been
observed being introduced by leading ISP's
Telenor and Next Gen Tel with a view to
commercial launch of services.
4
  • In March 2016, Telenor mobil and Telia Sonera's
    have rebranded Telia division, and dominated the
    mobile market in the country. In December 2013,
    Tele 2 went through a failure to secure spectrum
    at auction and sold its Norwegian operations.
    Before the failure of Tele 2, it was a part owner
    of joint venture mobile Norway. Due to the
    failure of Tele 2, Ice.net an operator owned by
    AINMT Holdings was benefited by securing spectrum
    at auction and also gained network Norway's
    customer base as a part of the deal enforced by
    the telecom regulator. With the growing number of
    NVNO's, voice and data services were supplemented
    by these operators.
  • With Telenor as well as Telia spearheading
    networking, the network has been well advanced in
    LTE developments in the region. In the future
    years till 2020 and 2025, both the operators will
    decide to close down their 2G and 3G networks and
    will focus on 5G forth coming technologies
    instead to LTE development. It will also provide

5
voice using VoLTE to consumers. To about 1.5
million Norwegians, Telia offers a LTE which will
provide service of 300 Mb/s. As a precursor to
5G, it has also achieved 1 GB data rate using
quad-band carrier aggregation technology. In
Norway, Telenor is the incumbent telecom operator
and has an experience of more than 150 years.
Fixed-line and mobile telephony, broadband, TV
and Datacom services are included in Telenor's
service portfolio. About 3.1 million mobile
subscriptions in Norway, 86 of subscriptions
were a contract which included SMS, data and
voice in 2016. It is the leading provider of
mobile communication in Norway. With the
persistent steps taken by the stable as well as
this leading company especially, all these
sectors are bound to register huge revenues in
the coming future.
6
Key Topics Covered in the Report Norway
Broadband Services Industry Trends Norway Mobile
Data Industry Future Outlook Norway Information
and Communication Market Analysis Norway Telecom
Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Norway Telecom
Market Research Report Norway Internet Market
Service Providers Global Telecom Industry
Research Outlook Norway Broadband Industry
Improving Connectivity Norway Mobile Market
Manufacturers Analysis Norway Digital Networking
Infrastructure Development Opportunities Norway
Electronic Devices Market Research Norway
Telecommunication Devices Market Research Norway
Mobile Phone Subscribers Market
7
To know more about the research
report https//www.kenresearch.com/technology-and
-telecom/telecommunications-and-networking/norway-
telecoms-mobile-broadband-statistics-analyses/7205
-105.html Related reports https//www.kenresearc
h.com/technology-and-telecom/telecommunications-an
d-networking/satellite-telecommunications-reseller
s/126976-105.html https//www.kenresearch.com/tec
hnology-and-telecom/telecommunications-and-network
ing/wireless-internet-services/126985-105.html
8
Contact Ken Research Ankur Gupta, Head
Marketing Communications query_at_kenresearch.com
91-124-4230204
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