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Unformatted text preview: testing of goodwill, sensitivity analyses have been carried out. Other than uninor, the Group believes that no reasonably possible change in any of the key assumptions used for impairment testing would cause the carrying amount of any of the cash generating unit to exceed its recoverable amount. /page 47/ telenor annual report 2011 notes to the financial statements / telenor group / 19 / Intangible assets internally Roaming Customer Trade software generated agreements base licenses marks acquired software and other 1) progress 2) NOK in millions Accumulated cost As of 1 January 2010 4 688 Reclassifications 3) (3) Additions - internally developed - Additions through acquisition of subsidiaries 2 Translation differences 7 derecognition (2 920) As of 31 December 2010 1 774 Reclassifications 3) - Additions - internally developed - Additions through acquisition of subsidiaries 11 Translation differences (14) derecognition (1 354) As of 31 December 2011 417 Accumulated amortisation and impairment losses As of 1 January 2010 Reclassifications 3) Amortisation Translation differences derecognition As of 31 December 2010 Reclassifications 3) Amortisation impairment losses Translation differences derecognition As of 31 December 2011 (3 792) 2 (458) (12) 2 776 (1 484) - (79) - 12 1 347 (204) Work in Total 24 436 24 854 - - 1 455 (1 041) 25 728 9 687 - 14 (1 173) (5) 25 260 2 786 2 1 - 23 100 (285) 2 627 (21) - - - (44) - 2 562 12 486 (74) 1 537 - 5 179 (796) 13 337 120 1 316 - 17 (281) (364) 14 145 2 943 (4) - 308 - (17) (783) 2 447 (2) - 143 - (2) (30) 2 556 3 600 (2) 46 4 8 (51) (42) 3 563 - 44 - - (75) 15 3 547 1 508 (26) 239 - - 88 (4) 1 805 (34) 573 - - (12) (4) 2 328 52 447 (83) 2 677 312 38 1 761 (5 871) 51 281 72 2 620 143 42 (1 601) (1 742) 50 815 (6 114) (9) (1 824) (370) 1 013 (7 304) (3) (1 854) (2 866) 232 4 (11 791) (1 676) (1) (213) - 285 (1 605) - (5) - 20 - (1 590) (8 975) (85) (1 658) (72) 751 (10 039) 46 (1 605) - 201 232 (11 165) (2 353) - (182) 11 351 (2 173) - (158) - 1 5 (2 325) (1 417) - (308) 21 35 (1 669) - (309) - 43 (22) (1 957) - - - - (8) - (1) - - (9) (24 327) (93) (4 643) (422) 5 211 (24 274) 35 (4 010) (2 867) 509 1 566 (29 041) Carrying amount As of 31 December 2011 213 13 469 972 2 980 231 1 590 2 319 As of 31 December 2010 290 18 424 1 022 3 298 274 1 894 1 805 1) The carrying amount of the roaming agreements was NOK 1.4 billion as of 31 december 2011 and NOK 1.7 billion as of 31 december 2010. 2) Net additions. 3) including reclassifications to/from other lines in the statement of financial position which is not a part of this table. 21 774 27 007 The additions of licenses in 2011 were primarily DTAC’s investments in mobile networks related to DTAC’s concession right, as well as acquisition of 4G licences and renewal of 2G licences in Telenor Sweden. The additions of licenses in 2010 were primarily DTAC’s investments in mobile networks related to DTAC’s concession right, as well as acquisition of 4G licenses in Telenor Denmark. The additions in software acquired in 2011 mainly consist of acquisitions in Telenor Norway, Telenor Denmark and Broadcast. Derecognition of intangible assets in 2010 mainly relates to the deemed disposal of EDB Business Partner ASA. DTAC operates under a concession right to operate and deliver mobile services in Thailand granted by CAT Telecom Public Company Limited (CAT). CAT allows DTAC to arrange, expand, operate and provide the cellular telephone services in various areas in Thailand. The concession originally covered a 15-year period but the agreement was amended on 23 July 1993 and 22 November 1996 with the concession period being extended to 22 and 27 years, respectively. Accordingly, the concession period under the existing agreement expires in 2018. In February 2011, the Cabinet in Thailand appointed a committee to negotiate with the operators, reviewing compensation relevance to the Concession amendments. In June 2011, the Cabinet acknowledged that the Committee was unable to consider the operators’ proposals as these proposals were beyond the Committee’s authority. However, the Committee opined that at the initial stage, this matter should be reported to The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) for consideration in order to issue relevant criteria and measures. At present, the final conclusion of the Cabinet or the way the Cabinet would exercise its discretion on this matter is still unknown to the Group. However, the Group believes the amendments were entered into in good faith, that the amendments are legitimate and that the state was not harmed by them. /page 48/ telenor annual report 2011 notes to the financial statements / telenor group The service concession of DTAC is accounted for under the Intangible Asset Model according to IFRIC 12 Service Concession Arrangements. The carrying amount of the concession right amounts to NOK 7.9 billion as of 31 December 2011 (NOK 9.1 billion as of 31 December 2010) and is amortised on a straight-line basis over the remaining concession period. Enhancements and extensions are...
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