• Price (SEK)38.40
  • Today's Change0.305 / 0.80%
  • Shares traded4.43k
  • 1 Year change-68.63%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Truecaller AB is a Sweden-based software company, which offers a global platform for verifying contacts and blocking unwanted communication. The Company enables safe and relevant conversations between people and make it efficient for businesses to connect with consumers. Its platform offers multiple products for customers, businesses and app developers. Users can enjoy the platform's communicational options, such as calling and messaging, which through verified identities deliver a safe and secure way for people to identify calls and messages and block spam. Users can access the application for free via an ad-supported service (Basic Access) or pay a subscription fee for an ad-free service (Premium) with additional features.

  • Revenue in SEK (TTM)1.72bn
  • Net income in SEK588.09m
  • Incorporated2021
  • Employees374.00
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Mergers & acquisitions

Acquired companyDeal statusDateDate /
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TRUE B:STO since
Callhero LtdAnnounced13 Jan 202213 Jan 2022Announced-51.11%4.50m
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