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TeliaSonera more than doubles the number of sho...

Press Release
December 18, 2006

TeliaSonera more than doubles the number of shops in Denmark

TeliaSonera has acquired 29 shops of Telekæden, the leading retail chain for
telecommunications services in Denmark. In addition, TeliaSonera will open a new
Telia Shop. The existing shops included, TeliaSonera will have a total of 56
shops in Denmark at the beginning of 2007.

"This expansion with 29 shops will secure our ability to sell products like
HomeFree (UMA). It will make our products better available and improve the local
customer contacts. At the same time it gives us an opportunity to increase our
share of a highly competitive market," says Kenneth Karlberg, President of
TeliaSonera Norway, Denmark, Baltics and Spain.

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TeliaSonera Press Service, +46 (0)20 77 58 30

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TeliaSonera is the leading telecommunications company in the Nordic and Baltic
regions. At the end of December 2005 TeliaSonera had 19,146,000 mobile customers
(69,887,000 incl. associated companies) and 7,064,000 fixed telephony customers
(7,688,000 incl. associated companies) and 2,263,000 internet customers
(2,331,000 incl. associated companies). Outside the home markets TeliaSonera has
extensive interests in the growth markets in Russia, Turkey and Eurasia.
TeliaSonera is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange and the Helsinki Stock
Exchange. Net sales January-December 2005 amounted to SEK 87.7 billion. The
number of employees was 28,175.