DNA share was delisted from Nasdaq Helsinki Stock Exchange in February 2020

We make our customers’ lives less complicated, enabling everyone to concentrate on what matters to them

DNA Plc is a Finnish public limited company with bonds listed on NASDAQ Helsinki Stock Exchange.

DNA is one of the leading Finnish telecommunications groups and provides high-quality voice, data and TV services for communication, entertainment and work. DNA has its own national mobile and fixed network and over 4 million mobile and fixed-network subscribers. DNA is Finland’s largest cable operator and the leading pay TV provider in both cable network. The Group also includes DNA Store, the largest retail chain selling mobile devices and telecommunications services in Finland with more than 60 stores. DNA employs 1,600 professionals, whose work is focused on customer experience in line with DNA’s strategy.

DNA Plc's Half-Year Financial Report for January-June 2021

DNA’s EBITDA, operating result and total revenues increased – mobile data usage per subscription rises to almost 40 gigabytes per month.

Telenor has gained title to all outstanding shares in DNA

On 2 February 2020, DNA shares have been delisted from Nasdaq Helsinki.

DNA's Annual Report 2020

Includes Corporate Sustainability Report 2020.

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