Vodafone would like to strengthen its position in the Danish market, and acquisitions of competitors is a real possibility.
Telia has over 17 billion dollars on chest bottom, and would like to strengthen its Danish business, says the company’s Europe Director Robert Andersson, according to Business.dk
The long-running war on the Danish mobile market has corroded on the forces with several companies, but not with Telia, where their wallets are packed well up.
Telia has decided to buy Tele2 out of Norway, to be stronger, and Telia’s Chief Jahan Dennelind has previously for Berlingske said that he is investigating opportunities in Denmark, where “TDC has been allowed to be too large for a long time“-he emphasises that Telia has the finances in order and the possibility of buying up.
Europe Director Robert Andersson says in addition to Bloomberg that “Our strategy is fundamental to strengthening our core business, and Denmark is core business”
Whom Telia have an eye on a buy-back joins the story do not know anything about, but for the moment there are on the Danish market four major teleselskeber: TDC, Telenor, Telia and 3. Individually, they have also a number of smaller companies, as CBB, Bibob, Oister, Telmore m. fl.