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Patrouille des Glaciers
Watch it live
For the first time, Patrouille des Glaciers will be broadcast live across Switzerland via Swisscom TV. The patrols will also be tracked in real time through the low power network.
Included in the package
Expanded inOne offering: devices with their own SIM card plus extra roaming, services and speed can be added easily and at little cost.
“SimplyMobile” (“Coop Mobile” as of 9 January 2019) is now available in a prepaid version. Unused data and call minutes can simply be rolled over to the next month.
Swisscom TV is the exclusive broadcaster of all 2018/2019 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches via Teleclub.
Swisscom has consistently reduced roaming charges for nearly all data packets abroad by between 20% and 50%.
Internet Guard, which is free of charge, offers Swisscom customers even better protection online.
Swisscom took the top spot in several tests and rankings in 2018:
· Service test of industry magazine PCtipp, for the fifth time running.
· Hotline test of industry magazine connect, for the third time running.
· Overall winner in the CHIP mobile network test.
· Speed test of Ookla for the fastest mobile network.
· Our mobile network was declared the best in Switzerland in the mobile network test carried out by connect.
Swisscom was first listed on the stock exchange on 5 October 1998. The Swisscom share offers an average annual return of 5%.
Fastweb acquires 5G spectrum and fixed wireless business of Tiscali.
House of Swisscom
Opening of the House of Swisscom in Basel: next-generation advice, service and shopping.
Half-way point reached in the Swiss-wide expansion effort – the 1,111th municipality was added to the ultra-fast broadband network.
At the end of 2018, pilot 5G networks were in operation in seven Swiss cities.
The cloud is flying higher as ten new customers join the cloud and new public cloud services are offered.
Swisscom is digitising 240 alpine cabins and helping alpine associations finance the necessary power supply solutions.