Telefónica Slovakia

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Telefónica Slovakia, s.r.o.
Private (subsidiary of Telefónica Czech Republic)
Industry Telecommunication
Founded (2006 (2006))[citation needed]
Headquarters Bratislava, Slovakia
Area served
Key people
John McGuigan
Services Telecommunications
Owner PPF
Parent Telefónica Czech Republic
Divisions Telecommunication

Telefónica Slovakia is a provider of mobile service O2 in Slovakia. Telefónica started in Slovakia with commercial services on 2 February 2007 with about 600.000 preregistered users, and ~400,000 Slovaks actively using the O2 service.[citation needed] The operator has 781,000 active SIM cards (3 month activity) to date 30 September 2010. The company is subsidiary of Telefónica Czech Republic, itself owned by PPF. Both companies use the O2 brand under licence from Telefónica Europe.


Users are identified by prefix 940, 944, 948 and 949 in mobile number. (+421 94x yyy yyy)


Telefónica Slovakia, s.r.o, Einsteinova 24, SK- 851 01 Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia


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