O2 Slovakia

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O2 Slovakia, s.r.o.
Private (subsidiary of O2 Czech Republic)
Industry Telecommunication
Founded (2006 (2006))[citation needed]
Headquarters Bratislava, Slovakia
Area served
Slovakia
Services Telecommunications
Owner PPF
Parent O2 Czech Republic[1]
Divisions Telecommunication
Website www.o2.sk

O2 Slovakia is a provider of mobile service in Slovakia. O2 started as Telefónica 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 1 700 000 active SIM cards (3 month activity) to date 1 September 2015. The company is subsidiary of O2 Czech Republic, itself owned by PPF.

Prefix[edit]

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

Headquarters[edit]

O2 Slovakia, s.r.o, Einsteinova 24, SK- 851 01 Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia

Competitors[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Commercial register at orsr.sk, ID 35848863, O2 Slovakia, s.r.o., accessed 2015-09-29

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