TELE Greenland

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A red postbox of Post Greenland by the entrance to the Uummannaq Heliport

The TELE Greenland A/S Group is the main telecommunication and postal provider in Greenland. Its headquarters are in Nuuk. It is divided into three business units:

  • TELE runs telecommunications activities according to a concession granted by the Greenland Home Rule.
  • POST runs the Greenland postal service pursuant to parliamentary regulations on postal services.
  • The Coastal Radio Service handles maritime safety and emergency communications, along with commercial communications for shipping.

TELE-POST is the collective name for the three business units.

It has a subsidiary. TELE Greenland International A/S provides telecom operator services including VSAT services, equipment maintenance for customers and telehousing as well as operations of Greenland Connect. Its activities are based in Nuuk, Greenland and amongst other sites, it has hubs in Copenhagen Teleport in Denmark, Milton in Canada and Landarjarsandur in Iceland.[1] From there, TELE operates and manages all traffic to and from Greenland. Top Level Domain for Greenland .gl[2] digital document management systems and communications solutions.

TELE Greenland A/S was created in 1997, by the merging of TELE Greenland and Kalaallit Allakkeriviat (Greenland Postal Service). After the merger, Kalaallit Allakkeriviat became a business unit and was renamed as POST Greenland. The common designation "TELE-POST" for both business came into being.

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