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TeliaSonera Rolls-Out Residential VoIP in Sweden


19/06/2007

Swedish telecom incumbent, TeliaSonera, has launched its own residential VoIP offering as part of a triple-play voice, broadband, and digital TV bundle.

The VoIP bundle will initially be available to about 2.4 million Swedish households, starting at SEK349 (US$49.60) per month for unlimited local calling, digital television, and 2-Mbps ADSL.

We know that some consumers want IP telephony, which is why we are introducing the offer. Telia is today, thanks to its recent investments in digital TV, Sweden`s largest supplier of triple play with landline telephony. We are now expanding into a totally IP-based solution, explained Erik Hallberg, head of the company’s Broadband Services division.

We will offer both landline and IP telephony in the foreseeable future. There is no doubt, however, that IP telephony will over time become the dominant service, and our focus on increasing the number of IP-based services is clear, Hallberg went on to say.

TeliaSonera has offered commercial VoIP services since early 2004.



 

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