Deutsche Telekom in Austria

Deutsche Telekom provides mobile telecommunications services in Austria through its local T-Mobile subsidiary. It also offers cutting-edge IT services through T-Systems.

As the country's second largest mobile telecommunications service provider, T-Mobile Austria offers both postpaid and prepaid wireless plans through a modern network that covers more than 99 percent of the population and more than 90 percent with LTE-technology.

T-Systems is the leading ICT provider for the country's healthcare industry and serves as the ICT hub for Central and Eastern Europe. SDS develops standard software for the banking sector. Its customer-centric GEOS Consulting Team supports GEOS users throughout the product lifecycle, from the choice of system through to productive operation.

T-Mobile Austria GmbH

  • Core business: Mobile communications services and products for private and business customers
  • Shares held by DT (indirectly/directly): 100.00 percent
  • Revenue: 829 million (as of December 31, 2015)
  • Customers: 4,3 million (as of December 31, 2015)
  • Employees: around 1,300 (as of December 31, 2015)
  • Highlights:

    In September 2014, T-Mobile Austria launched a new modular rate plan structure based on the “Wie-Ich-Will-Prinzip (Just-the-way-I-want-it principle)”, whereby the rate plan and the smartphone are billed separately. Furthermore, JUHU! was introduced, which allows users to upgrade their phone every year. T-Mobile teamed up with Netflix in February 2015, to become Austria's first mobile operator to provide its WOW-video streaming service ("The programs I want, when I want them") on the LTE network; T-Mobile also started buying back used mobile phones and tablets.

    The year 2015 marked a rapid expansion of LTE at T-Mobile, with around 50 new LTE stations being connected to the network every week. As a result more than 2.000 stations were added to the network. Because of this roll-out, T-Mobile was able to offer mobile broadband to nine out of ten Austrians by the end of 2015. The goal is to cover more than 95 percent of the Austrian population with LTE by the end of 2016. Adding to this success story is the fact that T-Mobile is running a complete CO2-neutral network since the beginning of 2015.

    Since March 2016, the first sustainably produced smartphone in the world, the Fairphone 2 is available together with a contract in Austria. As the first Austrian mobile operator and one of the first mobile operators in the world, T-Mobile was launching a long-term partnership with the Dutch company Fairphone and is offering the Fairphone 2 to all its new and existing customers.

T-Systems Austria GesmbH

T-Systems is one of the leading ICT service providers in Austria and supports customers along their entire value chain in all phases of complex system implementation: from the infrastructure, development, implementation and integration, through to solution operation. The company is present at five locations in Austria: Vienna, Graz, Linz, Gmünd and Unterpremstätten.

  • Core business: Information and communications technology services and data center services
  • Stake held by DT (indirectly/directly): 100.00 percent
  • Revenue 2014: EUR 152 million
  • Employees: approx. 600
  • Highlights:

    The T-Center, the main branch office in Austria, is home to one of Europe's most secure cutting-edge data centers - the server landscape covers a total area of just under 2,000 square meters. The failsafe data center is the only such Group facility outside Germany to have the highest certification (“Secure”).

Software Daten Service Gesellschaft m.b.H.

Core business: Development of standardized securities processing software for international banks and financial service providers as well as testing services, solution consulting, and quality management.
Stake held by DT (indirectly/directly): 100.00 percent

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