Facts & Figures
Telefónica Deutschland offers mobile and fixed services for private and business customers. With a total of 50.1 million customer lines, the company is one of the leading integrated telecommunications providers. In the mobile segment alone, Telefónica Deutschland is responsible for more than 45 million lines – no other domestic network operator connects more people. Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG has been listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (MDAX) since 2012. In the 2018 financial year, the company generated revenue of EUR 7.3 billion with almost 9,000 employees. The company is majority owned by the Spanish telecommunications group Telefónica S.A.
A factsheet for investors is avaible for download via the Investor Relations pages and provides detailed financial figures.
Corporate name Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG Main office: Munich Parent company Telefónica S.A. headquartered in Madrid, Spain Further subsidiaries of Telefónica Deutschland: Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG and others Founded O2 as Viag Interkom 1995, E-Plus 1993 1st October 2014 Merger of Telefónica Deutschland and E-Plus Management board Further information
|50.1 million customer accesses*||1.94 billion EUR OIBDA**||8,868 employees***||7.3 billion EUR revenue|
Business activity, operating figures and brands
Business activity Post- and prepaid mobile telecom products as well as innovative mobile data services based on GPRS, UMTS and LTE technologies for private and business as well as wholesale customers. Brands
|Premium brand: O2|
|Secondary and partner brands: Blau, BASE, AY YILDIZ, FONIC, netzclub, Ortel Mobile, AldiTalk, Tchibo mobil and several more|
|Customer accesses: 50.1 million*|
|Mobile accesses: 45.7 million*|
|Fixed network accesses: 4.4 million*|
By 2022, we will be the 'Mobile Customer & Digital Champion'
That means: We want to be the best partner for mobile customers in the German market. In order to achieve this, we are making our customers’ lives easier and better, and providing them with mobile freedom in the digital world. This is what our strong brands stand for. And we offer our customers a consistently positive experience with our products, customer service and network. We are making good progress along this path.
Our strategy puts the focus on our customers. They will see us as simpler, faster and better. We will achieve this through the consistent implementation of the global Telefónica strategy programme #RECONNECT. In this context, as Telefónica Deutschland we concentrate on three strategic priorities:
|Reinforcing our foundation|
|Improvement of the customer experience and digitalisation|
|Increase of growth and profitability|
We take responsibility for the digital society
With digital technologies, we can make a unique contribution to mastering social challenges and promoting sustainable development. The focus areas of our Corporate Responsibility Strategy are: responsible management, strengthening life in the digital world and protecting the environment. In addition, Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to corporate responsibility in the digital society. Telefónica has published a global "Digital Manifesto", in which it advocates that digitalisation benefit all people. The company has also committed itself to ethical principles concerning the use of artificial intelligence. At the BASECAMP in Berlin, we promote the social dialogue around the opportunities and risks of digitalisation and artificial intelligence.
Network and certifications
Network infrastructure of mobile telecom
|Several thousand operated GSM and UMTS base stations|
|The GSM mobile telecom network of Telefónica in Germany covers near 100 percent of the German population|
|Densest UMTS network in Germany|
|Broadband coverage (UMTS/LTE) of 95% of the population by the end of 2018|
|Quality management according to ISO 9001|
|Environmental management according to ISO 14001|
|Energy management according to ISO 50001|
Latest company news
|*||consolidated figures as of 30th September 2019 for Telefónica Deutschland Group, includes mobile phone lines with a maximum inactivity period of
six months, calculation of customer numbers according to market practices |
|**||prior to special and regulatory effects. As of 31.12.2018|
|***||as of 31.12.2018|