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TeliaSonera logo TeliaSonera logo 2011 Telia Company
2003–2011 2011–2016 2016–present

Telia Company is a multinational telecommunications company headquarterd in Sweden. It was formed in 2003 as TeliaSonera after Telia, the former state-owned telecommunications company in Sweden, and Sonera, its Finnish counterpart, merged along with their subsidiaries. The company adopted its current name in 2016.

Since December 2019, Telia Company is also the owner of Bonnier Broadcasting, a commercial broadcaster in the Nordic countries, especially in Sweden (TV4-Gruppen) and Finland (MTV Oy).

TeliaSonera

2003–2011

TeliaSonera logo

Telia and Sonera merged in 2003. The corporate logo at the time consisted of a teal wordmark.

2011–2016

TeliaSonera logo 2011

The original purple pebble logo was introduced in 2011. TeliaSonera subsidiaries started using this logo and a modified Helvetica font, but local brand names were not changed. The pebble logo had been introduced by Kcell and Geocell since 2009 and Ncell, Tcell, Moldcell and Azercell in 2010.

Telia Company

2016–present

Telia Company

TeliaSonera became Telia Company in 2016. Local brands in Nordic and Baltic countries were gradually replaced with the Telia brand in 2016–17. The simplified purple pebble was designed by Wolff Olins. This coincided with Telia Company gradually exiting several Eurasian markets, which used brands ending with cell, therefore confining itself to the Nordics and Baltics.

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