Click here to file a whistle-blower or an employment related report Observation of misconduct or concerns related to policies and codes of conduct, your employment or relationship with managers and colleagues.

For example: Money Laundering, Conflict of Interest, Gifts and Hospitality, Bribery, Discrimination or Poor leadership.
Click here to report a personnel or physical security incident Security incidents related to individuals and assets.

For example: Theft, Robbery, Violence, Use or disclosure of confidential information, Company assets, Internal fraud.
Click here to report all types of accidents, incidents or observations related to health and safety Report any kind of accident, incident or observation related to health and safety.

Telia employees: accidents in the office, during travel, slips or trips, ergonomics
Suppliers: accidents at construction site, safety observations
Click here to report telecom fraud Report telecom fraud against Telia Company (i.e. an external deliberate action to obtain services or goods, without the intention to pay).

Only employees can use this form.
Click here to report an IT and information security incident Report threats and attacks against computers and computer networks that support Telia Company business operations and information assets.

Only employees can use this form.
Click here to report Personal Data Breaches. Report any kind of suspected personal data breach (incl. personal, traffic or content data).

Examples: Wrongful exposure, loss, access or alteration of personal data (e.g. name, location data, SMS content).

Only employees can use this form.

Speaking up

Doing business with integrity is a shared responsibility, so please do the right thing and tell us if you experience or witness a conduct that you think may violate local or international law, our Code of Responsible Business Conduct, our supplier code, Telia Company’s values, policies and instructions, or human rights related to our operations. Speak-Up Line is the name of Telia Company’s channel for reporting these concerns.

If you are an employee, we encourage you to report any incidents directly to your manager, local Human Resources or your local Ethics and Compliance Officer. However, if you feel you cannot report to a manager, or if you are not an employee, you may use the Speak-Up Line. For all security incidents, telecom fraud and matters related to health and safety, you must use specific reporting channel presented above to report to the right department.

  • When submitting a report, you will be asked to provide your identity to enable your concern to be handled most effectively, but anonymous reports will be accepted. The likelihood of a successful investigation is higher if you choose to provide your identity. The more information you can provide, the better.
  • Submitted reports will be passed to authorized employees within the company and you will be provided with a unique report key and password to enable you to safely communicate with the investigator. We urge you to follow up regularly to check your report for questions or feedback from the investigator.
  • All reports are handled with confidentiality and we protect whistleblowers from retaliation if the report is made in good faith.

The Speak-Up Line is not for customer complaints or enquiries, please contact instead your local brand’s customer support.

See the FAQ for more information.

Thank you for your dedication. By speaking up you contribute to a responsible business.

TV4 Media (TV4, C More, MTV) is an editorial business with legal obligation to protect its confidential sources. Therefore TV4 Media has its own whistleblowing channel and is exempted from the whistleblowing channel within the Speak Up portal. Concerns relating to employees and/or business partners i.e production companies, shall be addressed in a separate reporting channel, or MTV intranet.

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Do not use this site to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact your local authorities.