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DigiTIM, welcome to the digital world

05/17/2018 - 09:00 AM

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After the era of the internet, we’re entering the era of digitalisation and virtualisation, the gigabit society. A change based on big data, virtual reality and robotics, with continual interaction between us and the objects and environment that surround us.
But it’s not the technology, however innovative, that counts. It's the impact it has on us, its positive and tangible effects on our lives and our activities. 
We put our most advanced technology at the service of people. Our intelligent networks, millions of kilometres of fibre and converging connectivity are the invisible building blocks of this new digital world.  
A space where people can have a richer personal and professional life, through a new and easy digital experience.  
A country that can meet the needs of its citizens, businesses and government institutions using superfast networks, data analysis and processing, that offers the best content, the creation of objects and spaces that are always connected. 
A society where times and distances are shorter, solutions are found to everyday problems, in real time, through a technology that is almost invisible to our eyes.  

Bringing digital experience to people, to homes, to cities, to places of business and enable an intelligent connectivity. This is an important challenge as we will have to invest a lot and adapt quickly to the new world…

Amos Genish - March 7, 2018

Numbers at March 31, 2018

Our customers TIM in Italy
  • 31 million mobile lines
  • of which 13 million are BB and UBB users
  • 10.8 million fixed connections
  • of which 7.6 million are BB and UBB retail accesses  
TIM BRASIL customers
  • 57.9 million mobile lines
  • of which 29.5 milion are BB users
Key economic and financial data
  • Investments: 660 million euros (5.7 billion in 2017)
  • Revenues: 4.7 billion euros (19.8 billion in 2017)
  • EBITDA: 2 billion euros (8.7 billion in 2017)
  • Adjusted net financial debt: 25.5 billion euros (25.3 at 31 December 2017)
Ultrabroadband coverage  
(March 31, 2018) 
Italy
  • 78.3% of the population reached by fiber
  • over 98% of the population covered by LTE   

 

Brazil   
  • 92% of the urban population covered by 4G