Finland, located in Northern Europe, is a technologically advanced country with a population of approximately 5.5 million. Its geography, marked by a large number of lakes and islands, poses modest challenges for infrastructure development. Despite this, Finland has a robust telecommunications network, with high-speed broadband availability even in remote areas. Helsinki, the capital, is a technology hub, hosting many tech companies and start-ups. Finland's population is unevenly distributed, with a significant concentration in the south, particularly the Helsinki region. The country has made significant strides in the renewables sector, particularly in wind and bioenergy. The Finnish government is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2035, with increased investment in renewable energy. The telecommunications, renewables, and technology sectors in Finland are mature and highly developed.

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The are 4 companies operating mobile networks in this region.

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DNA Oyj is a Finnish telecommunications company, established in 2001. The company provides voice, data, and television services to over 3.5 million subscription customers. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telenor, a Norwegian multinational telecommunications company. The origins of DNA Oyj trace back to the "Suomen 3P" mobile phone operations division of the Finnet group of telephone cooperatives, originally founded in 1921. The company was initially owned by approximately 40 Finnish telephone companies. In 2007, DNA Ltd was formed as a result of mergers between the largest members of the...

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Elisa Suomi, commonly known as Elisa, is a major player in the Finnish telecommunications sector. The telecommunications company was founded in 1882 as HPY HTF, becoming Radiolinja in September 1988 with the launch of its first mobile services. Throughout the 1990s Radiolinja merged with FinnetCom, Tampereen Puhelin, Keski-Suomen Puhelin, and Joensuun Puhelin, to emerge in July 2000 as Elisa. Elisa Oyj operates networks in both Estonia and Finland. Elisa is a publicly traded company, with shares listed on the NASDAQ Helsinki Stock Exchange. The Finnish State holds a significant stake in the...

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Telia Suomi is a major telecommunications company based in Finland. The company was established in 1994 as Sonera, a state-owned enterprise, before being privatised and listed on the Helsinki and New York stock exchanges in 2000. In 2002, the company was acquired by the Swedish telecommunications giant Telia Company, and it was subsequently renamed Telia Finland in 2017. As a subsidiary of Telia Company, Telia Suomi operates independently in the Finnish market.
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Ålands Telekommunikation Ab provides mobile services in Finland's Åland Islands under the brand Ålcom. Ålands Telekommunikation Ab was formerly known as Ålands Mobiltelefon Ab and changed its name to Ålands Telekommunikation Ab in January 2012. The company was founded in 1989 and is based in Mariehamn, Finland. Ålands Telekommunikation Ab operates as a subsidiary of Alands Telefonandelslag AB and Mariehamns Telefon Ab.