UK O2 Communications launched VoLTE 4G
O2 Telefónica UK Limited 2020
Our clients understand that their mobile phone is as important to them as their wallet or the keys to their house, especially in the technological revolution we are experiencing. This gave rise to our brand, our logo and a whole visual world that represents the importance of oxygen in our lives.
Distrito Telefónica in Madrid Spain
We use a direct tone of voice, which is characterized by being fresh, positive and surprisingly simple.
New holding company, mmO2 plc, which introduced the “O2” brand for the businesses. In 2006 the company was purchased by Telefónica, who retained the O2 brand and the company’s UK headquarters.
Telecommunications services provider in the United Kingdom, owned by the Spanish multinational Telefónica, and is headquartered in Slough. With 26 million subscribers (as of November 2019), O2 is the second-largest UK mobile network operator.O2 publicly announced on 15 December 2009 that it had successfully demonstrated a 4G connection using LTE technology installed in six masts in Slough. The technology, which was supplied by Huawei, achieved a peak downlink rate of 150 Mbps….source (wikipedia)
On 27 March 2017, following the release of iOS 10.3, O2 launched VoLTE (4G) and WiFi Calling for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users, and stated more devices would be eligible at a later date. As of September 2017, this has been extended to users of the iPhone: SE (first generation), 6S, 6S Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X (from 3 November 2017). Samsung Galaxy: S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8+, Note 8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium and OnePlus 6.
Control of O2, which retained its UK-registered public company status with its own board of directors and corporate structures and processes. Telefónica chose to keep its existing mobile phone operations in the rest of the world under the brand Movistar. This name is used in Spain and in most of the Latin American countries, operated by a separate management team…source (wikipedia)
February 2009, O2 became the first mobile telecommunications provider to be certified with the Carbon Trust Standard in recognition of its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint. O2 attained the standard after saving 47,000 tonnes of carbon over the previous three years through its energy efficiency measures, including a £1.4 million distribution of smart metering technology across the company’s cell sites, offices and retail stores, and upgrades to more energy efficient systems across its mobile phone network. In addition to distributing energy efficient LED lighting.