Telefónica Deutschland at a glance

After the merger of Telefónica Deutschland and E-Plus, we are the mobile network operator optimally positioned to benefit from the German data growth opportunity. Our core brand O2 and other own & partner brands form the foundation of our successful multi-channel strategy. We also strive for operational excellence. Savings from synergies and digital transformation drive our strong profitability and cash flow trajectory. It is our aim to become Germany’s leading digital communications provider, by also integrating new growth areas such as the Internet of Things. Finally, we are committed to maintaining a conservative financial profile and an attractive shareholder return.
Share class:Registered shares
Stock ExchangeFrankfurt
Market segmentPrime Standard
Stock SymbolO2D
Industrial sectorTelecommunication
Key financial data
EUR (in m)20141)201520162017
Mobile service revenues (MSR)5,5285,5325,4375,287
Mobile service revenues (ex regulatory effecs)N/AN/AN/A5,433
OIBDA after group fees before exceptional effects2)1,4611,7601,7931,840
1)Combined figures for 2014 as if the merger had taken place as of 1 Jan 2014. These figures are approximate and the result of the aggregation and then consolidation of Telefónica Deutschland and E-Plus group financials according to Telefónica Deutschland Group accounting policies. The combined figures are further adjusted by material extraordinary effects, such as capital gains or restructuring costs based on estimates made by Telefónica Deutschland management and resulting in combined figures we believe are more meaningful as a comparable basis
2)For the period January to December 2016 exceptional effects include restructuring expenses amounting to EUR 89 million (EUR 73 million and EUR 414 million in the same periods of 2015 and 2014 respectively) and the net capital gain from the sale of passive tower infrastructure to Telxius amounting to EUR 352 million, while in the same period of 2015 a one-off gain from the sale of yourfone GmbH was registered. Furthermore, EUR 104 million income and EUR 3 million expenses resulting from the agreement with KPN on the final purchase price of E-Plus are included in exceptional effects in 2015. For the period January to December 2016 special effects consist of the impact of the Telxius deal on OIBDA (EUR -23 million for the twelve months 2016) resulting primarily from higher operating lease expenses starting in May 2016
3)Status: 31 December 2018 according to KPN press release as of 30 January 2019
4)Telefónica Germany Holdings Limited is an indirect 100%-owned subsidiary of Telefónica, S.A.; Status: According to shareholder register as of 31 December 2018

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