Swisscom is the market leader in the Swiss telecoms sector. It employs a total of around 19,700 employees in full-time positions and in 2023 generated revenue of CHF 11.1 billion, along with an operating income before depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of CHF 4.6 billion. Swisscom achieves over 75% of revenue through its business activities in Switzerland. Since the acquisition of Fastweb in 2007, Swisscom has had operations abroad, particularly in Italy. Fastweb is a leading alternative provider of broadband and mobile phone services for residential, business and wholesale customers in Italy. In Switzerland, Swisscom provides its customers with modern, convergent mobile communications and fixed telephone network infrastructure. For residential customers, Swisscom offers all products and services for mobile communications, internet, TV and fixed network telephony nationwide. On behalf of the Confederation, it also ensures basic service provision and provides all sections of the population across Switzerland with a basic range of telecommunications services. Swisscom offers its business customers a comprehensive range of IT services. The portfolio comprises cloud, outsourcing, workplace and IoT solutions, as well as mobile phone solutions for mobile working and communication, networking solutions, location networking, business process optimisation, SAP solutions, security and authentication solutions, data and AI consulting, and services tailored to the banking, insurance and healthcare industries. Further information on Swisscom’s business activities can be found in the introduction.