Telenor gives four additional weeks of paid paternity leave to its employees and 60 minutes of free airtime as well as 4 hours of free data to its customers for Fathers’ Day

In addition to the statutory five days, Telenor provides four additional weeks of paid paternity leave to employees whose partner goes on a maternity leave because of childbirth as of 1 July. The announcement is the next step in a series of family-friendly measures taken by the company to improve employees’ well-being and work-life balance. Telenor will also provide its customers with free airtime for Fathers’ Day and unlimited data during the Hungary-French game of the European Football Championship. Please watch a video message from the CEO of Telenor.


You need to pay for Internet only on the days when you actually use it

Telenor has upgraded its mobile Internet tariff ideal for holiday homes or while travelling. The Hipernet Home+ Holiday tariff plan available with a mobile router has a monthly fee adjusted to actual usage. Under the scheme unique in the Hungarian market, you only need to pay for mobile data on the days when you actually use the tariff plan.


Special year-end talk in the new episode of “Strength from Crisis – The Psychology of Reopening” video series

The grief for saying goodbye to the comfort of sleeping longer and attending classes in pyjamas was by far offset by the joy of meeting again in person when students returned to school in May. Some of them opened a new exercise book to celebrate the event. Many teachers feared reopening, yet most of them returned with a new momentum and lots of enthusiasm. They gained strength from the great number of newly acquired teaching competencies and the ability to overcome fears, concluded participants of the “Strength from Crisis” series.