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Hungarian innovation takes ozone-based disinfection to next level

MOHAnet’s world-first IoT solution makes the ozone-based disinfection process safer and more efficient 

In response to the rising importance of sanitation, MOHANet, a Hungarian telemetry business established 14 years ago, developed a safe ozone-based disinfection solution. With this innovation, MOHANet opened a new chapter in the history of zone-based disinfection.

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Telenor Data Roaming Report 2020: coronavirus heavily affects roaming

Telenor’s annual data roaming report gives a summary of Hungarian mobile users’ foreign mobile internet usage habits. Since favourable EU roaming regulations were put in place in 2017, Telenor customers have generated a data traffic of more than 5.6 million gigabytes in roaming zone 1 including the EU[1]. Roaming data usage has increased both inside and outside Europe in this period. The coronavirus outbreak, however, caused a major disruption in the growth trend. 

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Telenor triples data for the smart watch of cars

Monthly data allowance of Drivey 4 tariff increased from 5GB to 15GB 

The Drivey service launched by Telenor in February makes cars smarter enabling the monitoring of information related to their position, movement and technical condition, the driving habits of their drivers and the routes used. Drivey can even be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot in the car. To make vehicle Wi-Fi usage even more carefree, Telenor increased the data allowance available in the Drivey 4 tariff plan from 5GB to 15GB for both old and new customers from 2 July.

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Hungary telco market sees launch of new Telenor spin-off infrastructure company named CETIN

More than just a tower company: For the first time in Hungary a new telecommunication service provider model is being implemented based on the separation of the mobile service provider commercial activity from active and passive infrastructure

The process of separating Telenor's network infrastructure has been completed also in Hungary, and a newly formed network infrastructure service company called CETIN Hungary starts operating on 1st July. This is part of the regional project of the Czech PPF Group, the owner of Telenor companies in the CEE region and the majority owner of Telenor Hungary, aiming to further strengthen its strategic telecommunications investment in Bulgaria and Serbia, as well as in Hungary. Launched with nearly 200 employees, CETIN Hungary creates new opportunities for the efficient digitalization of the domestic economy with its state-of-the-art network infrastructure solutions.

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“Serve the customer where it is the most convenient for them”

Telenor Subjective account from Zsuzsanna Varga-Hering, Digital Channels and Sales Director of Telenor

The coronavirus pandemic has given great momentum to digitisation and increased the value of online services. But what about our digital maturity? Can people let the experience of offline shopping go, pay their bills or order a new phone while sitting on their couch? Zsuzsanna Varga-Hering, Digital Channels and Sales Director of Telenor, gave a subjective account of the changing rules of the game in the online world.

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Iconic downtown Telenor shop gets facelift and doubles as open working space

Personal customer service to remain important in a different way 

Telenor commissioned an award-winning Hungarian interior design studio to redesign its downtown shop and give it a new urban function. In the future, the retail shop of the mobile operator will double as an open office space. Although the importance of online customer service has grown during the lockdown, face-to-face shopping continues to be popular for all age groups. The shop has been redesigned in line with evolving market needs. Astoria has become an iconic site for Telenor over the past 25 years. In 1994, this was the company’s first independent shop to open and it still has the largest floor space of all shops in Telenor’s retail network.

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Telenor offers mobile internet tariff plan with a flexible monthly fee for your home or holiday house

With its new mobile internet tariff plan, Telenor is launching a solution unique in the Hungarian mobile market. For using Wi-Fi with a mobile router in a holiday house or while on the road, the Hipernet Home+Relax plan is available on a pay-per-use basis. That is, customers signing a commitment contract and buying a new handset have to pay for the service only when it is actually used. The offer includes two tariff plans, one with 50GB of data and another one with 100GB of data automatically activated with use.

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Telenor offers 100GB extra Hipernet or double data in summer promotion

Extra services can be ordered online without direct contact

Summer is traditionally a heavy-usage period for mobile internet. Although this summer is likely to be rather uncommon due to the coronavirus pandemic, Telenor will still provide extra data to contribute to its customers’ carefree holidays. Existing prepaid and postpaid customers will be eligible for double data, while new postpaid customers will get 100GB of extra Hipernet.

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Extra 100 GB Hipernet vagy duplázott adatkeret jár a Telenor nyári promóciójában

Személyes ügyintézés nélkül, online is igényelhetők a kedvezmények

Mobilnetezés szempontjából a nyár hagyományosan intenzívebb időszak, és ugyan az idei biztosan nem lesz szokványos a koronavírus miatt, abban azonban nincs változás, hogy a Telenor most is extra adatkerettel járul hozzá ügyfelei gondtalan időtöltéséhez. A meglévő számlás és kártyás előfizetők duplázott adatkeretet, az újonnan érkező számlások pedig 100 GB extra Hipernetet érvényesíthetnek.

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New teams, new opportunities: Start it @K&H and Telenor announce technology partnership

The Start it @K&H incubator program will continue with 27 start-ups and the latest mobile technology. In the selection process managed online due to the coronavirus pandemic, 9 new start-up teams have been added to Hungary’s largest, cross-industry enterprise incubator. The partnership signed with Telenor may give new momentum to the start-ups’ digital growth and enable them to make the most of 5G technology.

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