Responsibility

03. November 2021

Sustainability:

Mobile Phone Eco Rating scheme now inviting more operators to join

Consumer mobile phone labelling scheme launched in 24 European countries by Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telefónica, Telia Company and Vodafone now set to expand globally | Fairphone, Realme and vivo join Eco Rating, now 15 manufacturers in total | More than 150 mobile phone models now assessed by Eco Rating methodology
01. September 2021

Debunking Fake News on the Federal Election:

O2 and Stiftung Digitale Chancen launch education campaign for seniors against disinformation

Telefónica Deutschland / O2 and Stiftung Digitale Chancen are today launching the educational campaign „Faktisch betrachtet – fit gegen Fake News“ for older people on the topic of disinformation on the Internet. The core of the education is an information package that ranges from a checklist for debunking false information to explanatory videos and various event formats.
23. Juni 2021

We are colorful:

O2 Tower in Munich shines in rainbow colors

O2, the core brand of Telefónica Deutschland, is setting a visible sign for diversity and tolerance today for the European Championship match. Starting at 9 p.m., the 37th floor of the O2 Tower, the tallest building in Munich at 146 meters, will shine in rainbow colors from all sides. In this way, the company makes a visible statement that will shine in the Munich night sky from sunset onwards. In addition, the O2 logos on the O2 Tower will be presented in rainbow colors by laser.
27. Januar 2021

Gender equality as a success factor:

Telefónica Deutschland / O2 listed in Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the second year in a row

Telefónica Deutschland / O2 is one of eleven companies headquartered in Germany to be included in the highly regarded Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). It thus provides a good example of the transparent promotion of equal opportunities for women in the workplace, backed up by clear ambitions and key figures. And an international McKinsey & Company study from 2020 shows how important this is for corporate success: companies with high gender diversity are 25 percent more likely to be profitable than average.