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ID number:729940
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Published: 03.01.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Tele2 started as a telecommunications company in Sweden in the late 1970s by the company Industriförvaltnings AB Kinnevik.
In 1991, Sweden's first commercial ISP was started with the Swedish IP Network (SWIPnet, AS1257) by Industriförvaltnings AB Kinnevik, later known as Tele2, and in 1997 with telephone liberalisation in Sweden, Tele2 started to offer international calls.
The three companies of Comviq, Kabelvision, and Tele2 came together as the Tele2 brand on fixed-line services and Comviq on mobile services in Sweden in 1997.

Nowadays
Tele2 AB is a major European telecommunications operator, with about 24 million customers in 11 countries.
Today it serves as a major telephone company in the Nordic and Baltic nations, together as an alternative provider in many others.
Tele2 operates in Austria, Croatia, Estonia,
Germany, Kazakhstan, Latvia,
Lithuania, the Netherlands,
Norway, Russia,
and Sweden.…

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