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Mobility data, data analysis, big data – these terms are all rather abstract. With “So bewegt sich Deutschland” (How Germany moves), Telefónica NEXT has created an interactive map that takes the data and uses it to visualise nationwide traffic flows. The aim is to bring to life the findings for mobility and transport planning in Germany that cities, transport companies and other interest parties can obtain from anonymised mobile network data. Among other things, it includes regional insights on topics such as commuter behaviour and morning departure times for Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.
Good ideas don't get older, only better: A year ago, Telefónica Deutschland unleashed mobile communications with O2 Free. The aim was to give customers untroubled access to the digital world at any time and at a fair price – even if the high-speed data volume of their tariffs has been used up.
New O2 Free portfolio with extra-large data packages up to 25 GB | More data than ever before means no compromises in digital life | Telefónica Deutschland making another pioneering move on the market | With the surf-on guarantee, you can surf, stream and chat without interruption even after the high-speed volume has been used up | An end to hotspot hopping
People moving to major cities like Berlin is putting urban transport under growing pressure. To optimise transport planning, city councils and transport operators need precise data. With this in mind, eight project partners including Telefónica NEXT have joined forces in the ProTrain project to optimise local public transport in Berlin-Brandenburg, using numerous data sources.
In cooperation with Intraplan, a consultancy firm in the transport sector, Telefónica NEXT is now offering one of the most detailed data analyses for transport planning in Munich. The partners are calculating movement flows from anonymised mobile network data from Telefónica Deutschland. The related findings are intended as a comprehensive supplement to previous transport analyses.
Telefónica NEXT introduced its Internet of Things platform "Geeny" to interested developers and companies at a technology conference in San Francisco. They can now use the alpha version of the platform to develop intelligently networked consumer products and services together.
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.
The team of Telefónica NEXT works with various data in order to develop solutions for cities, retail and many other areas. But a wealth of data is worthless without data protection. Not only is the data comprehensively protected, but clients also remain in control.
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.
Paradigm shift with new tariff portfolio O2 Free | Unlimited browsing, streaming and chatting anytime and anywhere even after consumption of high-speed data | All applications of every-day mobile life available endlessly at all times
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
The successful brand BASE is being relaunched as an online-only offer. In future, BASE will call the online world its home entirely. The brand is aimed consistently at online-savvy and cost-conscious new customers. The new highly appealing BASE tariffs are available for them as of now. With the relaunch, Telefónica Deutschland continues the restructuring of its brand portfolio.
Germany’s first mobile-only bank account | Innovative full digital banking experience | Comprehensive bonus services for O2 customers | Cooperation with Fidor Bank AG
O2 today announced it will offer iPhone SE, the most powerful phone with a four-inch display, beginning Thursday, March 31. iPhone SE packs the power of iPhone 6s in a beloved compact aluminum design that customers love, featuring a stunning four-inch Retina display and four gorgeous metallic finishes, including rose gold.
Samsung has just presented its new flagship smartphones for 2016 at Mobile World Congress. And already, O2 is starting pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. The best thing about the offer: All customers that pre-order also receive the virtual reality glasses Samsung Gear VR* – for free.
Telefónica Deutschland is launching the first smartwatch with an eSIM: Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 classic 3G will be presented at Mobile World Congress and will be available in selected O2 stores from April. It includes a separate mobile communication unit and a built-in chip (“embedded SIM”), which a customer’s SIM profile needs only to be installed onto. A physical SIM card is not necessary anymore.
Telefónica Deutschland has expanded its innovative M2M solution for utility companies. Telefónica Smart Meter Connect can now transmit the encrypted consumption data from connected meters directly via the power supply system.
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.
Telefónica and BQ are supporting this Android-based operating system that offers a richer experience, a more customisable interface and higher levels of privacy and security | The two companies began collaborating with the launch of Aquaris M5 and plan to continue working together in the coming months
Telefónica in Germany now offers payment of Apple Music, iTunes, App Store and iBooks Store purchases with mobile phone billing. Both O2 contract and prepaid customers can use the service to purchase apps, music, movies, TV shows, books, magazines and subscriptions to services including Apple Music. The service is now available for all customers in Germany.
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