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Vodafone has three million customers

Vodafone, the youngest GSM operator on the Czech market, has reached 3 million customers. This milestone was attained shortly before the tenth anniversary of operating on the Czech market. The third millionth customer received from Vodafone free telecommunication services for him and his company for the period of three years. Vodafone (originally Oskar) obtained its license to operate a GSM mobile telecommunications network in October of 1999. It reached its first million customers in 2002, the second million in 2005, the year it became part of the Vodafone Group, who currently has operations in over 30 countries and over 40 partner networks and had a world-wide customer base of 323 million at the end of September 2009.

Vodafone, the youngest GSM operator on the Czech market, has reached 3 million customers. This milestone was attained shortly before the tenth anniversary of operating on the Czech market. The third millionth customer received from Vodafone free telecommunication services for him and his company for the period of three years.

Vodafone (originally Oskar) obtained its license to operate a GSM mobile telecommunications network in October of 1999. It reached its first million customers in 2002, the second million in 2005, the year it became part of the Vodafone Group, who currently has operations in over 30 countries and over 40 partner networks and had a world-wide customer base of 323 million at the end of September 2009.

“We really appreciate the fact that we’ve become the telecommunications partner to over 3 million users and, at the same time, are steadily increasing our number of business customers,” said Pavel Hlavinka, Vice-President for Enterprise Business at Vodafone.

The three-millionth Vodafone Czech Republic customer is the entrepreneur, Aleš Kakos, from Milovice. At the Vodafone main office, he received three years of free telecommunication services and a mobile phone from Pavel Hlavinka, Vice-President for Enterprise Business at Vodafone. Adding to it, the employees of his company will be able to call amongst themselves for three years for free.

Aleš Kakos, an entrepreneur in the area of construction fencing, came to Vodafone from the competition. About his reasons to switch operators he says: “An attractive offer for small businesses and the ability to control my account transparently appealed to me,” and adds, “For a telecommunications company to appeal to small companies, they need to provide the most attractive intra-company calling rates and a way of optimizing expenses.”