Telenor


An agreement to combine DTAC and True in Thailand

23/11/21 -"Telenor has agreed with Charoen Pokphand Group to explore the combination of Telenor’s DTAC and True in Thailand. The new company could have c.55m mobile customers and revenues of c.€6bn. ..."

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English
Published on
23/11/21
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