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2017 in review
11.7 bn CHF
4.3 bn CHF
1.6 bn CHF
2.4 bn CHF
1.3 mn inOne customers
Swisscom has radically simplified its price plans and offers a single package for at home and on the move. Customers can put together their own individual packages comprising Internet, TV, telephony and mobile telephony.
CHF 22 per share will be proposed for the 2017 financial year at the Annual General Meeting.
in the service of sustainability. Since 1997, Swisscom has had a team working for the environment. It gained ISO 14001 environmental standard certification in 1998. Today, Swisscom offers some 50 products with sustainability benefits.
Swisscom Blockchain Ltd
is the name of the new company driving forward blockchain applications in and for Switzerland.
has streamlined its fixed-line price plans and launched a new mobile offering.
is the first subscription package in Switzerland in which the data allowance does not expire at the end of the month.
Wingo Fair Flat
is the name of the new mobile subscription that offers a full service at an attractive price.
Employees (full-time equivalents)
Mobile lines Switzerland
Swisscom TV connections Switzerland
Broadband lines Italy
The results of tests conducted for the trade magazines Connect and CHIP confirm that Swisscom’s network is the best.
Swisscom is working hard to drive the development of 5G forward and is conducting the first tests of transmission capacities of over 20 Gbps per radio cell in a test environment.
90% of lines have been switched from conventional fixed-line telephony to Internet Protocol (IP) over the past four years.
Swisscom is expanding its cloud portfolio by adding Enterprise Service cloud and Enterprise cloud for SAP, together with global offerings from Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
1 Gbps in mobile telephony
In 11 cities, customers can surf the Internet at speeds of up to 1 Gbps.
to counteract unwanted advertising calls is now available for mobiles too.
So far the only package for the digitisation of SMEs to include the setting up and operation of telephony and IT.
means Swisscom customers’ devices are even better protected against threats on the Internet.