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swisscom ag-reg (SWZCF) Key Developments

Swisscom AG Introduces Advanced Calling for Volte Calls

Swisscom AG has introduced Advanced Calling, a new telecommunications experience for voice over LTE technology, or VoLTE calls. In preparation for the new service, Swisscom has upgraded its 4G/LTE data network in Switzerland and Liechtenstein so that it supports IP telephony (voice over LTE technology). Customers with compatible smartphones can now make phone calls via 4G/LTE with even better voice and telephone quality. The service will be rolled out in stages. Another milestone will follow in the summer with the launch of WiFi Calling, which will allow calls to be made at any WLAN hotspot. Swisscom offers its customers the best 4G/LTE coverage, with 98% of the population already able to benefit from a fast 4G/LTE mobile data network. Swisscom also offers more than 2,200 WLAN hotspots throughout Switzerland. The term Advanced Calling covers both VoLTE and WiFi Calling. VoLTE enables customers with compatible smartphones to make calls directly via the 4G/LTE network rather than using 3G or 2G, as was previously the case. This gives customers a number of advantages, such as consistently high surfing speeds, even while making phone calls. Call setup speeds have also been greatly improved - it now takes just 2-3 seconds from dialling the number to the phone ringing at the other end - and the subsequent call features excellent voice quality, as if the person were right next to you. The new technology is also kind to mobile phone rechargeable batteries, as the phone is constantly connected to the 4G/LTE network and consumes less power. Another practical aspect is that the caller's name is displayed if it is listed in the public phone directory.

Swisscom Names Louis Schmid as New Head of Investor Relations

Swisscom has appointed Louis Schmid as its new Head of Investor Relations from 01 July. He takes over from Bart Morselt, who is leaving the company. Schmid has been with the Swisscom Investor Relations team for fourteen years where has worked closely with Morselt as an expert in investor relations. Morselt, who has played a key role in shaping the relationship between Swisscom and the financial world since 2001, is leaving Swisscom to return to his home country of the Netherlands, where he is to take on a new professional challenge in the field of investor relations.

Swisscom Enters Distribution Partnership with Digitec

Swisscom and Digitec have entered a strategic partnership for mobile communication to create benefits for customers of both companies through simpler ordering procedures, a wider choice of devices and joint offers. For instance, the process for ordering devices with a Swisscom subscription will be far simpler via digitec.ch. Customers who access the site will discover a new, user-friendly and intuitive microsite where they can order their device directly online and extend their Swisscom subscription.

Swisscom AG Announces Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2015; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2015

Swisscom announced earnings results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2015. The company reported growth in revenue and customers in the first quarter of 2015. Net revenue increased by CHF 72 million, year-on-year to CHF 2.893 billion. Revenue was adjusted for company acquisitions and on the basis of constant exchange rates, revenue increased by CHF 83 million or 2.9%, of which CHF 46 million was attributable to the Swiss business. EBITDA declined by 0.9%, CHF 10 million to CHF 1.051 billion. Net income fell by CHF 22 million to CHF 351 million as a result of lower operating income and higher net financial expenses, which was largely attributable to foreign exchange losses. Operating income EBIT was CHF 544 million against CHF 551 million a year ago. Capital expenditure was CHF 549 million against CHF 519 million a year ago. The free cash flow on a comparable base is slightly lower, CHF 24 million. For the year 2015, the company expects net revenue of more than CHF 11.4 billion, EBITDA of some CHF 4.2 billion and capital expenditure of CHF 2.3 billion.

Swisscom AG and Sixt Societas Europaea Launch Fleet Management JV in Switzerland

Swisscom AG and Sixt Societas Europaea announce the launch of their Swiss fleet management and optimisation joint venture Managed Mobility AG. Swisscom Managed Mobility and Sixt Leasing each hold 50% of the new entity. Managed Mobility has its headquarters in Urdorf near Zurich and launched operations on April 1. The company will initially offer its services to the Swisscom Group and Sixt Leasing customers in Switzerland.

 

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