Tele2 Merges Fixed and Mobile Divisions

Tele2 Merges Fixed and Mobile Divisions Image Credit: Tele2

Tele2 announced that its Fixed and Mobile Technology organizations will be merged into one unit, led by Thomas Helbo, today EVP Technology Fixed at Tele2.

Thomas Helbo has long experience within technical strategy and development. Since Thomas started as CTO at Com Hem in 2016 he has successfully led the technical organization at Com Hem through a major change journey. Prior to that Thomas was CTO at Stofa in Denmark, and Chairman of the Danish electronics industry association. 

As a result of the new organizational structure for the combined technology organization, Thomas Björklund, currently Executive Vice President Technology Mobile, will leave Tele2 in the end of June 2019. Thomas has been at Tele2 for 22 years and played a crucial role as he has held positions spanning from Network Architect to Director of Network Strategy.

Anders Nilsson, President and CEO, Tele2
Thomas Björklund is a highly appreciated leader, a true role model and a strong ambassador of Tele2’s culture and values. He remains a part of the Tele2 family and is welcome back to the company at any given time.

Thomas Bjorklund, Outgoing EVP, Mobile Technology, Tele2
I have had a fantastic time at Tele2 and it is with great pride that I look back at everything that the Mobile Technology team has accomplished over the past 22 years. Tele2 is today operating one of the world’s most high performing and cost-efficient mobile networks.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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