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Tele Greenland allows Nordic roaming at no extra charge with Tusass subscription

Tele-Post Greenland said it is bringing in the Tusass Abroad service on 01 June, allowing mobile customers to use roaming services in other Nordic countries at no extra charge. tele greenland roaming
Tele Greenland said this is available with its dearest Tusass mobile subscriptions, costing DKK 499, which provides 6 GB of mobile data as well as unlimited talktime and texts.
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Tusass Abroad will apply in Greenland, Denmark, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Aland Islands.

 

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Use Your Number Abroad

With Tusass Abroad you can easily use your Greenlandic number abroad at no extra cost.

Tusass Abroad is our roaming service where you can use data, send text messages and make calls to and from more than 60 different travel destinations in Europe and North America without any extra fees.

TELE Greenland A/S covers a population of 56,000 scattered over thousands of kilometres, providing telecommunications, IT and postal services.  The vast majority of the country, which is uninhabited and covered by an ice cap, does not have internet. Nuuk, Kangerlussuaq, Sisimiut, and other towns have modern technology.

TELE Greenland A/S employs approximately 460 staff. The head office is in Nuuk.

Ericsson wins Greenland 5G deal tele greenland roaming

Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has been contracted to build a 5G network in Greenland, initially covering three towns, local phone company Tusass said on Friday.

Deploying Ericsson equipment and Netgear routers, Tusass will bring high-speed wireless internet to the sparsely populated island without resorting to expensive and hard-to-deploy cables, Tusass said.

A further 10 towns, including Greenland’s capital Nuuk, are set to follow next.

Tusass said it plans to invest around 1 billion Danish crowns ($131.3 million) to secure and expand Greenland’s infrastructure and improve communication.

Greenland, an island of just 56,000 people, is part of the Kingdom of Denmark but has broad autonomy.

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