Leading telecommunication operators in Europe by revenue in 2015 (in million euros)

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Deutsche Telekom (Germany)69.2
Vodafone (UK)58.2
Telefónica (Spain)47.2
Orange (France)40.2
BT (UK)24.6
Telecom Italia (Italy)19.7
Telenor (Norway)14.3
Numericable-SFR (France)11
Swisscom (Switzerland)10.9
MTN (South Africa)10.4
TeliaSonera (Sweden)9.3
Rogers Communication (Canada)9.1
Vimpelcom (Netherlands)8.7
MTS (Russia)8.5
KPN (Netherlands)7.7
MegaFon (Russia)6.2
Belgacom-Proximus (Belgium)6
Turk Telecom (Turkey)4.8
Bouygues Telecom (France)4.5
Turkcell (Turkey)4.2
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The statistic shows the revenue of the leading 20 European telecommunication operators in 2015 based on sales. In 2014, the Deutsche Telekom generated 62.67 billion euros in revenue and was the leading telecommunication operator in Europe.

Leading telecom companies - additional information

The telecommunication services market, which includes both wireline and wireless services, is one of the most profitable segments of the IT industry. In 2014 alone, the global telecom services generated about 1.1 trillion euros in revenues. About a quarter of the total revenue was generated in Europe, showing the potential and importance of this particular region for the industry.

Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Telefónica, and Orange – the main players of the telecom services industry in Europe in terms of revenue – are also amongst the top 30 telecommunication companies worldwide. The German company Deutsche Telekom is the largest and most profitable telecommunication operator in Europe, generating more than 60 million euros in revenues in 2014. Deutsche Telekom is also one of the largest companies in the world, with a market value of 83 billion U.S. dollars. The UK-based Vodafone has the second highest revenue amongst European telecommunication companies, with 54 million euros in 2014. Vodafone is the most valuable brand in the United Kingdom, valued at 27.2 billion U.S. dollars as of 2015.

Other big market players, which are based in other parts of the world, are the Japanese company NTT, the American companies AT&T, Verizon and Comcast, China Mobile and América Movil from Mexico.

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