Starman is now part of Elisa
Back in spring the i’s were dotted and the t’s were crossed on a sales transaction that resulted in us joining forces with Estonia’s most popular mobile and data communications operator, Elisa. The synergy of these two efficiently operating and successful companies has produced a new leading telecommunications and entertainment company – one which will be known hereafter simply as Elisa.
Thanks to this merger we’ve become a major company with almost 1000 employees, giving us the opportunity to offer an extremely broad range of mobile communications, Internet and TV services (including video rental and on-demand viewing), thousands of e-books to digital readers via the Elisa reading app and much more.
A wealth of entertainment and communications options for our clients
Entertainment services have always been important to Starman’s clients, and we’ll be continuing to offer them after the merger. Working with Elisa, we want to stay one step ahead of our clients so as to offer them the kinds of services that they’re only just starting to wonder whether they’ll one day be available to them. That’s why we’re doing everything we can to take both Starman and Elisa’s existing services to the next level. We’re doing our best to make sure that all of the changes to do with the merger turn out to be positive ones for Starman clients.
In addition to the wide range od Internet and television services we
already offer, there will be a lot more to choose from. The most important
addition to our portfolio will be the selection of mobile communications
services we offer (including those with competitively priced call rates and
high-speed mobile Internet) based on the needs of both private and business
clients. We’ll also be offering an outstanding range of smart devices with
insurance, the Elisa Book reading app, an Office 365 Cloud service and much
more. Plus we’ll be giving data communications speeds a boost, pressing ahead
towards 5G mobile Internet and working to develop the fixed connections needed
to enable 10G.
What direction are we moving in?
The ideas we run with spring up all around us. Future trends show that consumer habits are changing – boundaries are blurring and the use of smart devices and multiple screens simultaneously is on the rise. This opens the door to innovation in communications and entertainment services.
We can already see that smart devices and watching video content, whatever the form, will be very closely connected in the future. In the 21st century, watching TV no longer means solely in real time or lounging on the sofa staring at an enormous screen – television is taking off on smart devices, too. People are recording things to watch later, and watching things again. This growing trend has been highlighted in surveys conducted all over the world, and we’ve also noted it ourselves.
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