UK telecom subsidiary makes rapid progress in Denmark  

Recently established telecompany Lebara Mobile Denmark, a subsidiary of Lebara International, has gained 15,000 more customers than expected in three months

The recently established telecompany Lebara Mobile Denmark, a subsidiary of Lebara International headquartered in London, is making rapid progress in Denmark despite tough competition. In the first three months following the firm's start-up, it has gained 15,000 more mobile customers than expected. Lebara Mobile is accordingly adjusting its figures upwards and forecast that it will have 60,000 customers after 12 months' operation in Denmark.

Lebara Mobile's strategy is to offer attractive prices for mobile telephony to foreign countries. In addition to attracting customers who make a lot of international calls, Lebara Mobile is also gaining many business customers with large budgets for telephone traffic abroad.

Lebara International is one of the fastest growing service operators on the telemarket, and among the five largest suppliers on telecard in Europe. In 2004, Lebara generated revenues close to DKK 1 bn (170 mn). Lebara Mobile Denmark is based in Copenhagen. The news was reported by national daily newspaper Berlingske Tidende.

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