Wind Telecomunicazioni

  www.wind.it
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Wind Telecomunicazioni Reviews

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    Challenging and fast-paced work environment- great experience!

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    Former Employee - Press Office Intern in Rome (Italy)
    Former Employee - Press Office Intern in Rome (Italy)

    I worked at Wind Telecomunicazioni as an intern (less than an year)

    Pros

    you get to work in the competitive scenario of telecommunication.
    As a press office intern, you work together with all the different units inside the company and with well-known journals and news. The main tasks are: daily press news and press releases. It is a really good place to learn how to work. The co-workers explain you everything.

    Cons

    If you are an employee, you have good peks: extra courses, holidays, discount, lunch tickets. Sometimes there is too much stress at work and you work extra time.
    The office is far away from the city center and there are not good connactions to get there. You need to have the car.

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Website www.wind.it
Headquarters Rome, Italy
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

If a phone rings in Italy, the answer may be ringing in the WIND. Italian telecom provider Wind Telecomunicazioni serves more than 20 million mobile customers and more than 3 million fixed-line subscribers. The company is also a top ISP, serving more than 2 million broadband and dial-up subscribers. Fixed-line voice and Internet services are sold under the WIND and Infostrada brands. Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris had controlled the company through his 88% stake in Wind Telecom (formerly Weather Investments), which owned Wind. Netherlands-based VimpelCom became the... More

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