Türk Telekom is the largest integrated telecommunications company in Turkey. In 2015, the company adopted a "customer-oriented" integrated structure in order to respond to the rapidly changing communication and...
Türk Telekom is the largest integrated telecommunications company in Turkey. In 2015, the company adopted a "customer-oriented" integrated structure in order to respond to the rapidly changing communication and technological needs of customers in the most powerful and accurate way, merging the products and services of Türk Telekom, Avea and TTNET under a single roof. In January 2016, it began providing services under the Türk Telekom brand. Türk Telekom offers mobile, fixed voice, broadband and TV services as a "Quadruple Player of Turkey" at one-stop shop. The company has restructured its products and services in "Consumer" and "Corporate" business units with a customer-oriented approach. Besides reaching out to the most distant corners of Turkey with its widespread service network, Türk Telekom has a rich product range within the scope of its mobile, fixed voice, broadband and TV service. With the vision of introducing new technologies to Turkey and accelerating the transformation of Turkey into an information society, Türk Telekom provides services in all 81 of the country's provinces with its team of more than 34,000 employees. 55% of Türk Telekom shares belongs to Oger Telecommunications Inc., while 30% belongs to the Turkish Republic Prime Ministry Undersecretariat of the Treasury. The remaining 15% share is public. Türk Telekom shares have been traded on Borsa İstanbul since May 2008
Turk Telekom group provides integrated telecommunication services from PSTN, GSM to wide band internet. Türk Telekom group companies have 17.3 millions of PSTN customers, 6 millions of ADSL customers and 12.6 million GSM customers as of Mach 31, 2009. With its modern network substructure, covering the whole country, the group companies offer a wide range of services to its personal and corporate customers. Turk Telekom, who is the owner of the 99,9% of shares of the companies TTNET, Argela, Innova, Sebit A.S. and AssisTT, is also the owner of 81% of the shares of Avea, which is one of the three GSM operators in Turkey. Turk Telekom also supports Albtelecom in Albania. The 55% of the shares of Türk Telekom belongs to Oger Telekomunikasyon A.S. and the 30% of the shares belongs to Undersecretariat of Treasure of Turkey. The remaining 15% of shares has been offered to public.