Tele2 Invests Eur 150,000 in Landline Telecommunications Service for Business Clients

RIGA, March 13 (LETA) - Tele2 mobile operator has invested over EUR 150,000 in a landline telecommunications service it is going to launch soon for its business clients, Tele2 spokesman Oskars Firmanis told LETA.

Tele2 will thus be able to provide mobile and landline telecommunications, as well as mobile Internet services to its clients.

Firmanis indicated that the development of landline telecommunications services is a logical step in the company's plan to expand operations in the segment of corporate clients by offering them specialized services.

Tele2 board chairman Valdis Vancovics said that in Latvia around 70 percent of companies give their landline phone number as their contact number on their websites. "These numbers are integrated in the websites and when switching their operator, it is important to the companies to...

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