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February 28, 2021

Telekom Romania Group’s mobile operations under one umbrella as of Dec. 1

Telekom Romania Group’s mobile operations moved under one umbrella beginning December 1, following the absorption by Telekom Romania Mobile Communications SA of Germanos Telecom Romania SA, Sunlight Romania – Bucharest branch SRL and Telemobil SA, the telecom operator said in a release.

The merger of our mobile operations is an important step in the transformation program initiated this year, in line with our strategy of strengthening our position on the local telecom market. The merger will result in a leaner and more efficient organizational structure and a more efficient use of resources to support the implementation of our new business strategy and the consolidation of the Telekom brand on the market. At the same time, through this merger we seek to offer our customers a consistent experience of the Telekom brand – simple, personal and digital, through all points of contact and presence, says Telekom Romania CEO Miroslav Majoros.

The all-in-one merger of Telekom Romania Group’s operations does not entail interruptions or significant changes in the services offered to customers.

As a result of the merger, the employees of the absorbed companies have been transferred beginning December 1, 2017 to Telekom Romania Mobile Communications SA, under the same contractual conditions as those stipulated in the individual labor contracts and with the same rights and benefits, the release states.

Telekom Romania provides complete, innovative and customized landline and mobile telecommunication services to a large community of customers, managing a pool of about 10 million service contracts. The company is present in Romania since 2014, after the joint rebranding of Romtelecom and Cosmote Romania.

Telekom is owned by Deutsche Telekom, one of the world leaders in integrated telecommunication.

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