The stake has been raised by Vodafone Group PLC in Greek broadband and fixed line telephony provider Hellas Online SA after its subsidiary completed the acquisition of 72.
What does HOL stand for?
HOL stands for Hellas Online (Greece)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 25 other meanings of HOL in our Acronym Attic
- Hands-On Labs
- Harbingers of Lloth (World of Warcraft guild)
- HardOp Lachen (Dutch: Laughing Out Loud)
- Hardware Online (Danish portal)
- Harrison's Online
- Harvick Online (Nascar driver website)
- Head of Laboratory
- Head of Line
- Heart of Love
- Height of Lift (cranes/lifting equipment)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In Greece, with hellas online "hol" a major broadband operator, launching the co-branded music offering "hol Music Club by Akazoo.
Hellas Online (HOL), a Greek internet provider, said on Tuesday its first-half loss narrowed despite the country's recession, helped by a cooperation deal to share clients with mobile phone giant Vodafone.
The UK-based Vodafone Group has made an announcement on its strategy to buy a controlling stake of Hellas Online (HOL), the provider of broadband and fixed-line services in Greece, in an all-cash deal worth 72.
7% stake in Hellas Online SA from the Intracom Group and World Equities Investments Holdings SA.
Bentley Fiber, in particular, is used by many members of the hellas online team, from designers to field engineers and those dealing with customer issues.
In addition, Akamai has formed partnerships with 27 leading European network providers, including: AboveNet UK, AUCS Communications Services, B2, Belgacom Skynet, BT plc, Cignal, CPRMarconi, EastNet France, eircomm, GTE, Hellas OnLine, Helsinki Telephone Corporation, IPNG, Knoware, Madasafish, Netone, PRIMUS Telecommunications Group, QS Communications AG, Soros Foundation Hungary - C3, Switch, Telecom Italia, Teleglobe, Telenor, Telenordia, Telia, Unisource, and UUNET, an MCI WorldCom Company.