Press Releases

Good start to the year: Telefónica Deutschland reports significant growth in sales and earnings in the first quarter
06.05.20 | Telefónica Deutschland has made a good start to the year 2020. The company grew more strongly than in previous quarters in terms of both revenue and earnings. In the first three months, revenue rose by 3.8 percent to 1.85 billion euros, while adjusted operating income (OIBDA) increased by 1.6 percent to 532 million euros.
#WeStayConnected: O2 opens shops from April 20th
17.04.20 | From next Monday, 20 April 2020, O2 will be opening its shops for customers again - the only exceptions are O2 shops in Bavaria and Thuringia. In these two federal states, the O2 shops will open one week later due to the orders of the state governments. This means that from 20 April in 14 federal states and from 27 April throughout Germany, O2 will once again offer personal advice in the O2 Shops during the known opening hours.
Information on the current situation: More information via mobile phone, more entertainment via fixed network
06.04.20 | The current challenges around the corona topic influence the private and professional life of millions of people. Many customers are at home, working from their home office, looking after their children or are in contact with their schools and universities via the Internet. The O2 network has a very special role to play in meeting people's increased need for information and communication in these times. More than ever, we are dependent on mobile networking.
Telefónica Deutschland: Peter L?scher new Chairman of the Supervisory Board
02.04.20 | The Supervisory Board of Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG today elected Peter L?scher as the new Chairman of the Supervisory Board. He has been a member of the company's Supervisory Board since April 1, 2020 by court appointment.
Data anonymisation: Telefónica Germany supports Robert Koch Institute with mobility analyses in the fight against corona
01.04.20 | In the current exceptional situation due to corona, the discussion about mobility analyses based on mobile radio data has gained momentum again. The question is whether and how these analyses can help to contain the corona virus.