Mobile company 3 to set up a call centre with 200 employees in Copenhagen  

Mobile company 3, formerly Hi3G, plans to set up a customer call centre with 200 employees in Ørestad, Copenhagen

Mobile company 3 plans to set up a customer call centre with 200 employees in Ørestad in Copenhagen this autumn writes daily financial newspaper Børsen. The call centre will serve the company’s Danish and Swedish customers via phone, e-mail, SMS, MMS and the upcoming video phone where subscribers can see the person they are talking to.


Around 130 Swedes and 80 Danes will be employed at the call centre which is leasing part of a 35,000 m2 building at Ørestad, a newly developing part of Copenhagen. The recruitment of the 200 people has already started in Sweden and it is expected that 3 will start selling its 3G telephony in Denmark this year. Danske 3 is owned by the Hong Kong conglomerate Hutchinson Whampoa (60%) and Swedish Investor (40%) with the Wallenberg family – which also has interests in Ericsson – as backers.



Invest in Denmark further informs:

Since autumn 2001 Invest in Denmark's London office has been in dialogue with 3 about setting up a regional customer centre in Denmark.

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