Adjusted OIBDA benefits from synergies and increases by 2.1 percent in the first quarter despite regulatory effects | Mobile service revenues (MSR) adjusted for regulatory effects, at -0.6 percent, shows an improving trend vs. previous quarters | Mobile customer base increases by 355,000 to 44.7 million at the end of the quarter – or 47.9 million based on a comparable market benchmark | Financial outlook and plans for further dividend increases reaffirmed
With the takeover of the Berlin-based start-up Minodes, Telefónica NEXT strengthens its competence in intelligent data analysis for offline retail. The core competency of Minodes is the analysis of anonymised customer flows within a shop. This provides offline retailers with the analytical and marketing possibilities of online retail. It allows them to better tailor their offers to the needs of their customers and to provide a better shopping experience.
In a data-driven society, every individual should be able to decide what happens to their personal data. This is where O2 GET comes in: Users can decide for themselves which personal information they’d like to enter into their O2 GET account, and also which companies and brands within the app they want to interact with.
Large cities are faced with constantly increasing pollution. But before cities can take specific measures against this problem, they first have to know where pollution is especially high. To this end, they require extensive data. As part of a pilot project in Nuremberg, for the first time, a method was developed that enables the analysis of traffic flows, and subsequently of air quality, using anonymised mobile network data. The approach is promising, which is why the methodology will be further developed in a follow-up project.
As part of its digital transformation, Telefónica Deutschland, with its start-up Telefónica NEXT, is advancing the Internet of Things (IoT) for end consumers. At CeBIT, Telefónica NEXT for the first time presents a number of concrete products that are made smart by the specifically developed IoT software platform “Geeny.”
The digital transformation is a central theme of CeBIT 2017. For Telefónica Deutschland, as a driver of digitization and the largest mobile communications provider on the German market by number of customers, CeBIT is the perfect place to present the company’s visions and products under the motto “#DesigningDigitalLives.” This is why, for the first time in ten years, Telefónica Deutschland returns to the show with a large-scale stand.
The overburdening of city transport systems is becoming an increasing challenge. But before cities can take concrete action, they need to gather precise traffic data. This is often very time consuming and expensive. A study by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO in cooperation with Telefónica NEXT and the data analysis specialist Teralytics found that mobile network data can make a positive contribution to transport planning.
Adjusted operating income (OIBDA)(1) rose to EUR 1.83 billion in 2016, an increase of 3.8% | As expected, mobile service revenues (MSR) adjusted for regulatory effects were down slightly by 1.1% year on year and by 1.7% in reported terms | Market leadership by mobile customers maintained in 2016: Increase of 1.28 million(2) to record number of postpaid customers
Network integration progress and LTE expansion contribute to high popularity among customers: about 426,000 additional postpaid customers in the third quarter of 2016 | Continued double-digit revenue growth from data business | Mobile service revenues down slightly, as expected | Adjusted OIBDA benefits from synergies and increases 3.3% in first nine months | Full-year outlook reiterated | CEO Thorsten Dirks: “Our strong package of product, network and price continues to be the most popular in Germany. Telefónica Deutschland’s digital transformation will continue to gain momentum in 2017”
Telefónica Deutschland relies on Nokia as its strategic partner for Subscriber Data Management systems for its mobile network. The company invests in the latest technology for the central registration databases of its growing joint network infrastructure.
New services such as O2 Banking and the partnership with Sky Deutschland drive data monetisation | Focus on digital transformation after integration successes of the first six months | Prospect of dividend increase to EUR 0.25 per share for the 2016 financial year; further increases envisaged for 2017 and 2018 | Quarterly result of EUR 252 million due to the extraordinary effect from the sale of wireless towers to Telxius | Mobile service revenues in a highly competitive market down 1.5 percent in the first half of the year; outlook range narrowed
O2 Banking app now available as free download for Android and iOS | Up to 500 MB additional data volume each month for O2 customers | Full transparency through easy and lucid charging structure | Instant loans and free Debit MasterCard | Starter pack for early birds: 2 GB of additional data for O2 customers
Telefónica transfers the mobile communication technology 4.5G from the lab to the live test mode | First practical trial for the application of turbo mobile communication in 2017 | Up to 1.2 Gbit/s in the laboratory and up to 400 Mbit/s in live operation | Milestone of the “TechCity Munich” project by Telefónica and Huawei
Continued solid growth in OIBDA : 6.2 percent increase in first quarter | Mobile service revenues (MSR) down slightly in line with expectations | LTE customer base reaches 8.7 million | Growth in retail fixed broadband for the first time in almost five years | Sale of wireless towers to Telxius for EUR 587 million expands scope for investments
Telefónica Deutschland has just presented its new fixed-line offering for business customers at CeBIT. O2 All-IP equips companies with everything they need from one source: The telephone system, internet access and telephone connection are all provided by the same supplier and paid for through a combined monthly bill.
OIBDA(1) up by a substantial 20.5%(2) in the 2015 financial year | Mobile service revenues stable (+0.1%) in line with guidance | Low to mid single-digit percentage OIBDA growth targeted in 2016 as integration continues with a number of major projects | Mobile service revenues expected to be slightly negative to broadly stable in 2016 in a market that remains challenging | Proposed cash dividend for 2015 unchanged at 0.24 Euro per share
Telefónica Deutschland will from now on apply innovative methods of data analysis for its network planning. Telefónica has developed an algorithm that aligns in particular the expansion of the LTE network to meet the customers’ actual needs. This new algorithm for the best network experience allows for an optimum management of investments and targeted improvements of customers’ experience.
Telefónica in Germany now also offers payment through mobile phone billing for the Windows Store. This way, all O2 contract and prepaid customers can quickly and conveniently purchase digital content such as apps, games, and music in the new Windows Store – whether they are on their Windows 10 notebook, tablet, PC. This easy and convenient way of paying via phone bill is now available for O2 customers in all major app stores.
Creation of consolidated network with optimal distribution of transmitter sites | Customers will benefit from combined strength of O2 and E-Plus network infrastructure | Network integration to begin with GSM and UMTS – joint LTE from mid-2016 | Telefónica starts planned realization of large-scale synergies in the network
2015 OIBDA outlook updated to 15 to 20% y-o-y growth(1,2) | Broadly stable mobile service revenues expected / + 0.4%(1) in the first nine months | Proposal for cash dividend(3) of 0.24 Euro/share for the financial year 2015
Strong 13.5% y-o-y(1) increase of OIBDA in the second quarter reflects early benefits from integration and ongoing focus on customer base development | Revenue growth of 2.1% y-o-y for the first six months 2015 leveraging momentum in the market and focus on mobile data monetisation | Tangible results for customers from 3G national roaming and LTE expansion
Agreement supports Telefónica Deutschland in the fast realisation of synergies from network integration | Telefónica Deutschland takes the next step to optimize customers network experience and accelerates LTE roll-out | Telekom customers to benefit from the additional power of the mobile network