Tele2 AB: Tele2 Estonia Acquires 2.100 MHz Spectrum

| Source: Tele2 AB
Stockholm - Tele2 AB (Tele2), (NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Exchange: TEL2 A and TEL2 B)
today announced that Tele2 Estonia has acquired a second 2.100 MHz license from
the operator PGH Raadiovõrk OÜ, and thereby doubles its 3G mobile internet
capacity in many areas.
Tele2 Estonia now has the largest spectrum portfolio out of the operators in
Estonia, which puts the company in a very strong position for the future.

Niklas Sonkin, Executive Vice President of Central Europe and Eurasia at Tele2
AB, comments: “I want to emphasize the importance of tech neutral licenses in
both low and high bands to give us tools to provide best value services to our
customers. Our spectrum portfolio puts us in a very strong position for the
future, as also this new frequency can be used for upgrading to next generation

In Estonia, Tele2’s spectrum portfolio consists of 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1.800 MHz,
2.100 MHz, 2.600 MHz and even 450 MHz, 2.300 MHz and 3.500 MHz frequencies. Now,
the Estonian Technical Surveillance Authority has granted Tele2 a second 2.100
MHz frequency.

Niklas Sonkin adds: ”Extra frequencies allow us to increase network quality and
be more cost efficient when it comes to hardware.”

During 2014, Tele2 Estonia will swap its current 2G and 3G networks to launch
countrywide 4G services.

For further information, contact:

Lars Torstensson, EVP Corporate Communication, Telephone: +46 702 73 48 79

Viktor Wallström, Press Inquiries, Telephone: +46 703 63 53 27

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and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of SEK 6 billion.