NextGenTel

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NextGenTel
Private
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 2000
Headquarters Bergen, Norway
Key people
Eirik Lunde (CEO)
Services Broadband
IP TV
Telephony
Parent Telio
Website www.nextgentel.no

NextGenTel is a Norwegian telecommunications company located in Bergen (HQ), Trondheim, Oslo, Stavanger, and Kristiansand. They offer ADSL, SHDSL, ADSL2+, VDSL2, IP TV, IP Telephony, mobilephone subscriptions, and WiMax solutions. They are, with 145,000 customers, Norway's third-largest Internet service provider (the largest being Telenor and Altibox).

The company has bought several smaller ISPs, including FirstMile, PC Support, LOS, Flink and Tele2.[citation needed] Since 2006, NextGenTel has been a fully owned subsidiary of TeliaSonera AB.[1] Prior to this it was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.[citation needed] From December 20, 2012 sold out from TeliaSonera and bought up by Telio.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ http://www.teliasonera.com/2009/en/CompanyPresentation/MarketsandBrands/MarketsandBrands.html