Türk Telekom Grup CEO Hakam Kanafani “Yatırımcı İlişkileri Alanında Türkiye’nin En İyi CEO’su” Seçildi
Türk Telekom Okulları’nda Okuyan 4 Bin 925 Öğrenciyi Mezuniyet Sevinci Sardı
Türk Telekom’un Türkiye'nin birçok ilinde yaptırdığı ve Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı’na hibe ettiği Türk Telekom Okulları’nın öğrencileri ankesörlü telefondan günümüze, iletişim alanında yaşanan değişimi anlatmak için yarıştılar. Resim, şiir ve kompozisyon dallarında düzenlenen yarışma sonunda 24 öğrenci ödüllendirildi.
Türk Telekom has always been the major communication network in Turkey since 1840.
Turkey met with GSM technology. GSM which knows no limit in communication was put into service firstly for its subscribers in Ankara, İstanbul and İzmir.
By separating the telecommunication and Postal services in PTT from each other, Türk Telekomünikasyon A.Ş. was founded.
GSM network was transfered to the firms Turkcell and Telsim for 25 years by giving licence.
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) was put into service in order to provide high speed voice and image communication on
Cable Internet applications were started on Cable TV.
Aycell Haberlesme ve Pazarlama Hizmetleri A.S. was founded.
Iş-TIM Telekomünikasyon Services Inc. started to operate with the commercial name of ARIA
TT&TIM Communication Services Inc., establihed by the merger of Turk Telekom’s GSM Operator Aycell and İŞ-TİM, was officially founded.
The commercial name of “TT&TIM Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.” was changed as “Avea Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S.”
Türksat A.Ş. was established and started operating apart from Türk Telekom.
Türk Telekom’s privatization process was completed and %55 shares of Turk Telekom was sold to Oger Telecoms Joint Venture Group.
Türk Telekom acquired İŞ-TİM’s 40.56% share in Avea for USD 500 million and Turk Telekom’s share in Avea increased to 81.12%.
The initial public offering for 15% of Turk Telekom shares was completed and the shares started trading in the Istanbul Stock Exchange.
Avea successfully started 3G services.