TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES CZECH REPUBLIC
Telefónica O2 Czech Republic is the largest telecommunications company in the Czech Republic. It operates the Czech fixed-line network, the only Czech CDMA network, one of the three Czech GSM networks and one of the three Czech UMTS networks. Previously two companies, fixed-line operator ?eský Telecom and mobile operator Eurotel, it was acquired by the Spanish company Telefónica in 2005 and merged into a single legal entity and given its present name on 1 July 2006. The company is run by Telefónica's European mobile business Telefónica O2 Europe plc. and the CEO of the Czech unit is Salvador Anglada Gonzalez.
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Telekom Austria Czech Republic
Telekom Austria Czech Republic, a.s. is a subsidiary of Telekom Austria Group in Czech Republic. The company operates as an alternative telecommunications operator under the brand "Volny" (Czech word for "free"). Telekom Austria Czech Republic arose out of the merge of Czech On Line, a.s. and ETEL, s.r.o. on 1st October 2007. The company Czech On Line was founded as an Internet service provider in 1995. In 1999, the company changed the Czech internet market by being the first to provide dial-up internet access for free. In 2000 Telekom Austria acquired the company Czech On Line, a.s. and transferred it into an alternative telecommunications provider offering all types of fixed line telecommunication services. The company ETEL, s.r.o. has been founded in 1997 and the company has been known as an alternative telecommunication operator offering services mainly in business segment. ETEL has been acquired by Telekom Austria in the 2007.
T-Mobile is a mobile network operator headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom and belongs to the FreeMove Business alliance. T-Mobile is a group of mobile phone corporate subsidiaries (all under the ownership of Deutsche Telekom) that operate GSM and UMTS networks in Europe and the United States. The "T" stands for "Telekom." Most subsidiaries of Deutsche Telekom have names beginning with "T-" like T-Home, T-Systems and T-Online. T-Mobile also has financial stakes in mobile operators in Eastern Europe. Globally, T-Mobile has 101 million subscribers, making it the world's sixth largest mobile phone service provider by subscribers and the third largest multinational after the United Kingdom's Vodafone and Spain's Telefónica. T-mobile is the fourth largest wireless telecommunications network in America after AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint Nextel Corp. T-Mobile International has a substantial presence in eleven European countries (Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom) as well as in the United States.
Vodafone Czech Republic
Vodafone Czech Republic is a member of the mobile telecommunications group Vodafone. The Vodafone Group established in 1982 and operates in 27 countries across five continents, not to mention partners in a further 33 countries.Cesky Mobil a.s. became the first dual-band (GSM 900/1800) network operator in the Czech Republic after being granted its license in October 1999. It launched commercial operations of its leading edge GSM network under the brand name Oskar. Oskar launched commercial operations on March 1, 2000 into the market as the third GSM provider in the Czech Republic, after Telefónica O2 (formerly Eurotel) and T-Mobile (previously named Paegas). In less than a year, Oskar built a network comparable to its competition. As of September 30, 2002, Oskar's subscriber base topped 1,139,600 subscribers and its market share exceeded 14%. Oskar was quick to make its international mark as it was nominated for two consecutive years for Best Mobile Operator at the prestigious World Communication Awards (2001 and 2002) in London, England.