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Vodafone Germany

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vodafone GmbH
TypeSubsidiary of Vodafone Group plc
IndustryTelecommunications
Founded1990 (as Mannesmann Mobilfunk GmbH)
2002 (as Vodafone D2 GmbH)
HeadquartersDüsseldorf, Germany
Key people
Hannes Ametsreiter (CEO)
ProductsPrepaid and postpaid mobile phones, DSL, IPTV, cable internet, cable television
Number of employees
16,000[1]
ParentVodafone Group plc
Websitevodafone.de

Vodafone GmbH is a German subsidiary of Vodafone Group plc, a company based in the UK. It provides mobile phone, DSL, LTE, cable internet, landlines, cable TV and IPTV services to customers in Germany. As of the fourth quarter of 2019, Vodafone GmbH has 51 million mobile customers in Germany, making it the largest provider of mobile phone services in Germany.[2] The company's headquarters are in the Düsseldorf suburb of Heerdt, with regional offices throughout Germany. Vodafone Germany's main competitors are Telekom Deutschland (Deutsche Telekom's German private customer unit) and Telefónica Germany.

Vodafone Germany's network serves both prepaid and postpaid customers on GSM and UMTS (with HSDPA). In December 2010, Vodafone started providing LTE (Long Term Evolution) services,[3] and launched HD Voice in October 2016. At the end of 2010, Vodafone had 36.676 million mobile phone or mobile internet customers and 3.945 million customers with a DSL / VDSL connection.[4]

History

The company in its present form resulted from Vodafone's takeover of the German engineering group Mannesmann GmbH in 2000. On 8 December 1989, the West German Federal Ministry for Posts and Telecommunications (de; one of several predecessors of the present-day Bundesnetzagentur) awarded the second digital GSM-900 (also known as D-Netz (de; D-Network in Germany) network in Germany to Mannesmann, as the first private company in Germany to break the monopoly of the telecommunications services operated by Deutsche Bundespost (now Deutsche Telekom). This licence was subsequently expanded to cover the former East Germany after German reunification in 1991. Mannesmann subsequently began operations of its mobile network on 30 June 1992. It was rebranded Vodafone D2 in 2002.

In February 2011, Vodafone Germany started providing IPTV via DSL and VDSL connections. In April 2011,[5] Vodafone Germany started to distribute Disney content via IPTV.[6]

Following Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Germany started selling the Apple iPhone 4S in September 2011.[7]

As of 2014, the company owns around 75% of Kabel Deutschland and in 2019 Unitymedia was merged with Vodafone.

In February 2020, the Unitymedia brand will be phased out from market, according to Vodafone Germany.[8]

Sponsoring

The company sponsored the AMG-Mercedes team in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Blancpain Sprint Series and Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters.

References

  1. ^ "Portrait Vodafone Deutschland Wir sind die Gigabit-Company". Vodafone. Retrieved 16 July 2021.
  2. ^ "Bundesnetzagentur - Mobilfunkteilnehmer". Retrieved 1 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Vodafone LTE Breitband Internet per Funk - LTE Tarife & Verfügbarkeit". Vodafone-lte.de. 22 February 1999. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
  4. ^ "Vodafone in Deutschland auf Wachtstumskurs / + 238000 DSL Kunden". Vodafone-angebote-news.de. 31 March 2011. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
  5. ^ "Vodafone TV - Digitales Fernsehen IPTV per Vodafone DSL / VDSL Tarif". Vodafone-iptv.de. 30 April 2012. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
  6. ^ "Local media contacts". Vodafone. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
  7. ^ (german)
  8. ^ "Vodafone Germany pulls Unitymedia brand". telecompaper. 17 February 2020. Retrieved 27 April 2021.

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