Vodafone Faroe Islands

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Vodafone Faroe Islands is a Faroese telecommunications company, which started in October 2000. On 29 May 2008 the company, being previously known as Kall, was rebranded to Vodafone.

After the parliament (Løgting) made a new law in 1999 that allowed others to compete with Telefonverk Føroya Løgtings (TFL), which in the process changed its name to Føroya Tele. In 2001 Kall and Tele F became one company, Kall. Kall has about 20% of the market, and owns a small part (under 1%) of the FARICE-1 cable between Faroe Islands and Iceland. Dagsbrún owned 100% of Kall.

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