O2 DSL:VDSL for young people, families, and self-employed

-New VDSL offers available as of March 13
-High speed landline surfing with up to 50 Mbit/s
-New powerful O2 HomeBox for a one-off expense of 69.99 euros (inclusive for business customers)
MUNICH - Whether at home or on the road, landline customers as well as mobile phone customers increasingly require high-speed Internet. Therefore, Telefónica Germany will soon extend its VDSL offer to new target groups: As of March 13, the company offers a new VDSL tariff especially for young people. Furthermore, VDSL is also available for families and small companies.
With the extension of VDSL to new customer segments, Telefónica Germany will reach almost 12 million households all over Germany. Until the middle of the year, more and more households will be provided with access to the high-speed network. Young people: VDSL starting at 14.99 euros Affordable, fast, flexible - these are the most important features young customers expect from their DSL tariff. And that is exactly what they get with the new tariff O2 DSL Young with which they can surf at home with up to 50 Mbit/s - without any contract duration. This VDSL tariff does not include an all-net flat rate into the German landline or mobile phone network since young customers prefer to make calls with their mobile phones. Of course, an all-net flat rate can be additionally ordered for 5 euros a month. The offer is valid for people not older than 25 years when signing the contract as well as students and trainees. During the first three months, they pay 14.99 euros per month for the O2 Young People tariff, after that only 24.99 euros per month. The tariff is the perfect complement to the O2 mobile products for young people. Thus, they can now benefit from attractive young people offers across the whole O2 product portfolio.
Families: Surfing and making phone calls with the new O2 HomeBox Speaking on two phone lines at the same time and additionally surfing the Internet at high speed with several devices - this will be possible as of March 13 with the tariff O2 DSL All-in L, the ISDN option, and the new, powerful O2 HomeBox. Customers pay 17.98 euros per month during the first three months, after that 37.98 euros per month. The HomeBox is available for a one-time expense of 69.99 euros. The ISDN option can also be added to the O2 DSL All-in S and M for just 2.99 euros a month. Self-employed and small companies: Fast and reliable internet It is particularly important to self-employed and small companies that all systems such as e-mail, web shop, and cashier system work reliably and that they are always available. For this, fast Internet speed is essential. Therefore, the VDSL option can be booked additionally with the O2 DSL Professional tariffs M and L for just 4.20 euros (net price) per month. The new O2 HomeBox is included in the offer without any extra charge.
Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, listed at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the Prime Standard, and its wholly-owned, 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 102 million mobile and fixed network customers in Spain, Great Britain, Ireland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany.