The telecommunications provider O2 Telefónica continued the growth momentum of the previous quarters in the second quarter of the 2023 financial year and again grew profitably across the board. Revenues increased by 4.4 per cent to 2.091 billion euros. Mobile service revenue increased by 4.3 percent to 1.463 billion euros. Handset revenue increased by 6.1 per cent to 419 million euros. Fixed line revenue climbed by 2.1 per cent to 206 million euros.
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After the company's Annual General Meetings had been held in a virtual format in the past 3 years due to COVID-19 restrictions, this year the company's Annual General Meeting was again held in physical presence.
Telecommunications provider O2 Telefónica again saw strong demand for telecommunications services and products in the first quarter of 2023, increasing its revenue strongly by 8 percent to 2.101 billion euros. The strongest growth drivers were mobile service revenue, up 4.2 per cent to 1.408 billion euros, and a record quarter for hardware revenue.
O2 Telefónica exceeds targets for three-year "Investment for Growth" strategy programme | Continued operational momentum accelerates growth in revenue (+5.9 percent) and OIBDA (+5.3 percent). Revenue climbs above the 8 billion euro mark for the first time | Number of mobile contract lines increases by more than 1.2 million thanks to the strong core brand O2 | Strong network expansion momentum meets expansion obligations and already delivers 5G coverage to more than 80 percent of the population | O2 Telefónica confident about 2023 financial year and plans to continue growth trajectory; revenues and OIBDA adjusted for non-recurring items expected to grow by low single-digit percentage year-on-year
The images and news from the earthquake in Turkey and Syria make us deeply saddened. Our solidarity is with the affected people on site and their families. Therefore, from 9 February to 17 February, we put all mobile and landline calls as well as SMS for our own brands O2, O2 Business, Blau, AY YILDIZ and Ortel Mobile and our partner brands from Germany to Turkey and Syria free of charge.
From careless postings to digital bullying among peers - for many children and young people, the proper and safe use of the internet is far from natural. Not just on the occasion of the nationwide "Safer Internet Day 2023" O2 Telefónica is showing ways to deal with digital media more consciously and confidently.
O2 Telefónica has submitted its expansion figures to the Federal Network Agency to meet the coverage requirements as of the cut-off date of December 31, 2022. The telecommunications provider has completed an impressive network expansion program over the past three years: since 2020, O2 Telefónica has processed around 20,000 mobile sites to further improve the O2 network and achieve the required coverage levels. The company considers the obligations to have been met - taking into account legal and factual circumstances. In the case of the 5G rollout, O2 Telefónica has even far exceeded the required condition.