Several of the country's telcos close now a large number of shops, which are situated in the karantæneramte malls.
'In connection with the government's closure of all malls, we have also, of course, closed the 15 3Butikker, which are located in malls around the country. They are provisionally closed up to 30. march,' write the phone company 3 in a message to its customers.
'Our other 15 shops are open as normal, so you can continue to get help and advice here.'
'Stores running, however, with reduced staffing and closes only one customer in at a time to reduce the risk of contamination. For the same reason, we will currently not accept cash.'
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At Telia is the message the same.
- After the government came out, to these large centres should be closed down, we started to close our shops in the centres down, says Mads Houe, who is the press officer at Telia.
- We still have shops that are not located in centres that are open. But naturally we take the precautions for both staff and clients can trade safely.
His advice is also always considering to use the telephone support of the telecommunications companies first.
- Many things can be solved through the support on the web or in the phone.
- please call or check out the web before you show up in the store to get help.
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In a written opinion to the Ekstra Bladet explains David Alsace, who is the director of 3's privatmarked that the company has an obligation to continue to help in the butiker, which is open.
'We are experiencing, that there are still customers who need help using their mobiles, extra equipment for the home office or the internet for exile in the cottage. Mobile connections are more important than ever in this time. We feel on the basis of a commitment to meet these needs as long as we can, and this is why we remained open for those customers who need to meet with us physically.'
'But in all 3Butikker we are aware that the customers as well as employees keep distance to each other, and we clean and afspritter all surfaces several times a day. Employees wear disposable gloves if they need to look more closely at a customer's telephone.'
At TDC is the message to customers the same:
'YouSee-the shops in the Danish centre keeps temporarily closed, but our high-street stores are open for critical inquiries. Keep you informed on the special opening hours in your nearest strøgbutik here on the page.'
'to minimize the smitterisici of COVID-19, closed only 1-3 customers in the stores at a time. Take care of yourself and on us, by keeping distance to each other, both in and outside of the store.'
'the Staffing in the stores is less than normal, and we therefore ask that you only on to visit the store, if you have a critical enquiry.'