|Subsidiary of Vodafone Plc|
|Founded||1990 as Mannesmann Mobilfunk GmbH
2002 rebranded Vodafone D2 GmbH
|Headquarters||German headquarters in Düsseldorf|
|MD of German operations: Jens Schulte-Bockum|
|Products||Prepaid and postpaid mobile phones|
Number of employees
|Germany: approximately 9,000|
|Slogan||Netz, wenn's drauf ankommt: Power to you|
Vodafone GmbH is a mobile telephone company, operating in Germany. It is a non-listed, wholly owned subsidiary of British-based Vodafone Plc. It is the second largest telecommunications provider in Germany.
The company resulted from the 2000 takeover by Vodafone of the German engineering group Mannesmann GmbH and acquiring D2-Netz, the company's primary asset. It was the second digital (GSM) network licensed in Germany. It was rebranded in 2002 to Vodafone D2.
At the end of 2010, Vodafone had 36.676 million customers with mobile phone or mobile internet contract and 3.945 million customers with a DSL / VDSL connection.
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