Vodafone signs Partner Market deals with Tele2 and TDC Group

Vodafone, Tele2, TDC, Global Enterprise

Vodafone has signed a new Partner Market agreement with Tele2 and extended an existing agreement with TDC Group.

The Tele2 deal will cover Sweden, Latvia and Lithuania, providing Tele2’s business customers with Vodafone Global Enterprise services.

In addition, Vodafone and Tele2 promised to support enterprise customers seeking to purchase services across multiple markets centrally.

Allison Kirkby, President and CEO of Tele2 AB, said: “The partnership with Vodafone makes it possible to successfully cooperate with multinational customers where we help Vodafone with services in our markets in Sweden, Latvia and Lithuania while also taking part of Vodafone’s services globally.”  

Vodafone also renewed a fifteen-year partnership with TDC in Denmark and Norway, which covers mobile voice and data roaming.

Vodafone customers visiting Denmark will get access to voice and data roaming on TDC Group’s mobile network.

Multinational companies in the region will also get access to Vodafone enterprise services including IoT management and secure communications for mobile devices.

Marina Lønning, Senior Executive Vice President for TDC Group said that the deal would “ensur[e] the best customer experience worldwide.”

Both the Tele2 and TDC deals formally started on 1 January 2017.

Vodafone’s Partner Markets division was launched in 2002 and now spans 31 partners in over 45 countries.

In October last year, Vodafone signed a deal with HiWEB in Iran.

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