Leading Austrian operator Telekom Austria (A1) lists Doro

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Lund, 2014-05-07 11:01 CEST (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --  

The leading Austrian operator Telekom Austria (A1) lists Doro. The Doro PhoneEasy® 508 is now available at A1.  

"I am very satisfied that our continuous efforts and investments towards telecom operators in the DACH region are starting to pay off. I am expecting even more success in the near future“, says Jérôme Arnaud, Doro President and CEO.

For more information, please contact:
Jérôme Arnaud, Doro President and CEO, +46 (0) 46 280 50 05


Doro and A1 have today issued a common press release related to the first listing of a Doro mobile phone by A1, with the following message:

Have a safe Mother’s Day with DORO PhoneEasy 508 available at A1
A1 extends its portfolio of easy-to-use mobile phones for elderly customers with the DORO PhoneEasy, a device by the market leader in the segment of mobile phones for the elderly in Germany, England and France among other countries. The DORO PhoneEasy 508 does not only come with a bright and high-contrast display, but also with concave buttons which are wide apart, thus make dialling and texting easy.

Safety as a top-priority
The DORO PhoneEasy 508 has a number of safety functionalities which can save lives in case of emergency: With specific ICE (In Case of Emergency) templates, emergency contacts, illnesses, allergies and much more can be saved and are available for the ambulance and paramedics immediately. Moreover, the phone has an emergency call button. By pushing it, up to five emergency numbers can be called consecutively, making fast call for help easy. 

The DORO PhoneEasy will be available at all A1 shops, post offices and A1 partners from May 8. With the prepaid-card B.free, it is the cheapest mobile phone with emergency call function in A1’s portfolio for EUR 39,90.


About Doro
Doro AB is a Swedish public company formed in 1974.  It released its pioneering ‘easy-to-use’ mobile phone in 2007 and today is the global market-leader within the category. Doro products and solutions are available in more than thirty countries spanning five continents. These include; mobile phones and smart devices, applications and software, fixed line telephony, telecare and mobile health solutions.  Doro removes barriers to adoption of new technologies and holds numerous international awards in recognition of its product designs and innovations.  Doro shares are quoted on the Nasdaq OMX Stockholm exchange, Nordic List, Small Companies. Net sales of SEK 1,142.5 million (EUR 128.9 million) were reported for 2013. www.doro.com

                                                                                                                                                       
About Telekom Austria Group
Telekom Austria Group, listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since November 2000, is the leading communications provider in Central and Eastern Europe with roughly 23 million customers across its markets of operations. The Group is currently operating in eight countries: Austria (A1), Slovenia (Si.mobil), Croatia (Vipnet), the Republic of Serbia (Vip mobile) and the Republic of Macedonia (Vip operator), Bulgaria (Mobiltel), Belarus (velcom) and Liechtenstein (mobilkom liechtenstein). The total market of the eight countries covers approximately 41 million inhabitants. The Group has more than 16,000 employees as of December 31, 2013, Group revenues were roughly EUR 4.2 billion as of year-end 2013. Telekom Austria Group’s portfolio encompasses products and services of voice telephony, broadband Internet, multimedia services, data and IT solutions, wholesale as well as m-payment solutions.For further information please visit our new Website at http://www.telekomaustria.com/en/home or follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/TA_Group

This is information that Doro AB (publ) is required to publish in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish” Financial Trading Act. This information was submitted for publication on May 7, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. CET.