Elion Enterprises Limited

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Telia Enterprises Limited
Industry Telecommunications
Predecessor Eesti Telefon
Founded 1993 as Eesti Telefon; 2003 as Elion Enterprises Limited/Elion
Defunct 2016
Headquarters Tallinn, Estonia
Products Telecommunication services
Revenue EUR 191 million (2007)
Owner TeliaSonera AB
Number of employees
1,533 (2007)
Website elion.ee
Elion offices in Tallinn

Elion Enterprises Limited, or Elion for short, was the largest telecommunications and Internet service provider in Estonia. It was owned by Eesti Telekom (now Telia Eesti), which until September 2009 was listed at the stock exchanges of Tallinn (ETLAT) and London (EETD), and was bought by the TeliaSonera group.

The Elion Group's consolidated revenues for 2007 were 2.98 billion kroons (191 million euros), making it one of the largest companies in Estonia. It had 1,533 employees at the end of 2007.[1]

On 12 May 2011, Elion, like all other TeliaSonera group companies, changed its logo.[2] The logo change reportedly cost Elion and EMT 700,000 euros.[3]

On 20 January 2016, the company, along with mobile services provider EMT were merged under the Telia name, along with parent company Eesti Telekom becoming Telia Eesti.


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