Norwegian operator Ice said it started the new year 2023 with more than 703,000 private consumers up from 700,000 in 2022. The vast majority of people who switch mobile plans choose Ice, meaning the company has grown as a municipality of Oslo .
Shiraz Abid, Commercial Director of Ice: “I want to thank the customers who have chosen us. Ice offers simplicity and value for money, but for the consumer, in the private market, it is not an easy choice. The competition is tough and it is still always too difficult and too time consuming to switch mobile operators.”
The seven consecutive years
Most people who switch mobile subscriptions opt for Ice. This has been the case for seven years since Ice started selling mobile subscriptions.
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“The most important thing for us is that we attract new customers and that we can take care of the customers we have. It may be a bit banal to celebrate 700,000, but I and everyone else at Ice can be proud when we reach such milestones.” “The market decides, and they choose us. It shows that we deliver something that society wants and needs,” says An offer.”
Ice reached 54,000 business customers
Ice recently reached 54,000 business customers. In addition, Ice was acquired by the Norwegian industrial group Lyse last year and Ice announced a billion investment in the development of the 5G network on July 4, 2022. This means, among other things, a strengthened competitive position for business customers.
Ice says it has one of the world’s best and Norway’s most stable mobile network with the best customer service in the industry.
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“Together with our new sister company Altibox, we will create an exciting alternative for business customers. We have strong synergies that allow us to deliver even better services. It’s no secret that the vast majority of people need both a mobile network and broadband.” says director of Ice Bedrift, Hans Heggenhagen.
Ice increased investment in private 5G networks
Ice recently announced that it is increasing its investment in private 5G networks to reach many customers. Including the Ice, Ice enterprise and NiceMobil brands, Ice has 757,000 mobile customers.
“I think the industry will be able to benefit enormously from what 5G technology has to offer in combination with sensors all the way to the production line,” says The hedge.
ice cream CEO, Eivind Helgakersaid Ice will continue to grow both in the number of customers and the network.
“We will pass 800,000 customers during the year. At the same time, we will continue to strengthen the entire value chain to become even more relevant to even more people. A broader product portfolio, more complementary services, more user-friendliness, enhanced coverage, and the construction of our nationwide 5G network are part of the recipe. As the fastest growing player in Norway, we have made a good start and look forward to reaching 1,000,000 in 2025,” concludes weekends.