Fit for the Internet of the future:O2 ramps up its DSL offer to high speed
- 50 MBit/s for more than 11 million households
- High-speed DSL, starting from 14.99 euros a month
- Three-month free trial period for Speed option
- Upload files up to 10 times faster
Customers with an existing DSL contract can book the Speed option for 4.99 euros a month. With its expanded high-speed DSL offer Telefónica Deutschland prepares more than 11 million households for the Internet of the future, using lines of Deutsche Telekom. The three-times faster speed compared to conventional DSL guarantees smooth streaming of music and HD films and unlimited fun with online games. Uploading files is up to 10 times faster than with conventional DSL and even twice as fast as that with cable providers. Even extensive photo albums can be sent or placed online without long waiting times. High-speed DSL is also ideal for families or shared households: As a result, more people can surf at full speed at the same time. The Speed option can be booked as of tomorrow, 6 November 2012. VDSL connections will be available in the new areas as of February 2013. For only 99 cents a month, O2 DSL customers can now protect their computer with O2 Protect PC Basic - a sensible add-on. Anyone signing up for the service in addition to a DSL package by 14 January will have free protection for 24 months.
|Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, listed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the Prime Standard, and its hundred percent, operationally active subsidiary Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG belong to Telefónica Europe and are part of the Spanish telecommunication group Telefónica S.A. The company offers its German private and business customers post-paid and prepaid mobile telecom products as well as innovative mobile data services based on the GPRS, UMTS and LTE technologies with its product brand O2. In addition, the integrated communications provider also offers DSL fixed network telephony and high-speed internet. Telefónica Europe has more than 105 million mobile and fixed network customers in Spain, Great Britain, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.|