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Skanska Picks Vodafone

Vodafone Sweden seals a two-year deal to become Skanska's supplier of mobile solutions

June 27, 2002

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KARLSKRONA, Sweden -- Skanska AB has chosen Vodafone Sweden as its new supplier of mobile telephony. The two-year agreement covers some 8,500 subscriptions and means that Skanska will be replacing its fixed telephony with Vodafone’s concept, the Wireless Office, at a number of its offices.All mobile employees at Skanska will be able to call fellow colleagues using speed-dial numbers, regardless of whether they are calling a fixed or mobile telephone. In addition, Skanska will have access to 15,000 telephone numbers in a continuous number series."We are delighted to have been entrusted with this assignment by Skanska, Sweden ’s largest construction company. Our corporate solutions are very flexible and are ideal for both large companies like Skanska as well as small and medium-sized businesses. For the customers, these entail technical as well as financial advantages, which is important for a company like Skanska, which has employees both in its offices and out in the field," says Jon Risfelt, President and CEO of Vodafone in Sweden."Vodafone has presented an excellent solution. We will have access to a number of different services that are ideally suited to the mobile environment in which we operate," says Gunnar Jürss., Purchasing Manager at Skanska Sverige AB. "This will give us cost-efficient telephony with high mobility."Vodafone Group PLC

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