Telia strikes major public sector deal  

Sweden's Telia has gained a 3 year telephony contract with the state run Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Swedish telecoms operator Telia has signed a 3 year contract to supply telephony and data traffic for the state run Danish Broadcasting Corporation. The deal has gained Telia one of the largest customers in the public sector. The Swedish company previously provided data services to the state broadcaster following its takeover of Powercom, a former data-net provider to the Danish Broadcasting Corporation. Telia now takes over the fixed net and cellular telephone service from former state monopoly TDC (Tele Danmark). The new contract continues a run of recent public sector successes for Telia, which includes two local councils in Copenhagen and the local council on the island of Bornholm. The news is reported by The Copenhagen Post, Denmark's English language newspaper published weekly on Fridays.

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