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Swedish news website The Local reports that Faltskog said in a magazine interview that one-off events, such as performances for charity, could see the group reunite.
But she has stopped short of a "Rolling Stones" type tour for the group, who disbanded in the early 1980s after selling tens of millions of records around the world.
She told M Magazine, "A reunion, an occasional opportunity, maybe in connection with a charity event, I believe we could consider it.
"We would not reunite for a tour like the Rolling Stones and other old bands do now. However, I could see us doing something together in the future. It is just a feeling I have that it would be fun to get together, talk a bit about the past and maybe perform together."
The news comes amidst rumours that the Swedish foursome could be set to perform the wedding Prince William and Kate Middleton, which will take place next year. As reported by Digital Spy, Ladbrokes have slapped down odds of 66-1 on the band playing the wedding in April.