History

    • External audit confirms ISO 27001 certification for Sunrise Information Security Management System (ISMS)
    • Sunrise using 100% renewable Swiss hydropower
    • BILANZ Telecom Rating 2017 confirms: Sunrise offers the best mobile communications
    • Sunrise achieves highest score ever in a connect mobile network test and is first to be rated ‘OUTSTANDING’ in a network test and wins in the category „mobile network“ as well as in „mobile internet“
    • Sunrise successfully recertificated as a Cisco Gold Partner
    • Peter Kurer elected as new Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sunrise Communications Group
    • Olaf Swantee appointed new CEO of Sunrise
    • Sunrise Communications Group AG was listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange on February 6, 2015
    • Sunrise signs a cooperation agreement for the roll-out of several hundred 4G antenna in Switzerland
    • Sunrise introduces the new Sunrise Internet Box and is setting new standards in the Swiss market
    • Sunrise enters into a strategic partnership with Microsoft and launches “Microsoft OneDrive for Business”
    • Sunrise launches Sunrise Smart TV
    • Sunrise wins Tamedia as business customer
    • Customer service key performance data published
    • Sunrise is breaking new ground in mobile communications with Sunrise Freedom
    • Sunrise Home: the new flexible offer for landline, internet and TV
    • Roaming rates reduced by 39 percent
    • Libor Voncina appointed new CEO of Sunrise Communications AG
    • Sunrise welcomes its 50,000th Sunrise TV customer
    • 4G/LTE: mobile high-speed Internet for all Sunrise customers
    • Sunrise Communications AG acquires Lebara GmbH and Ortel Mobile
    • Sunrise improves its customer service
    • MTV mobile now available for customers up to age 30
    • Sunrise expands its business in fiber-optic technology services
    • 2013 connect network test shows Sunrise is the rising star of the year
    • Sunrise welcomes its 100,000th MTV mobile customer
    • A new generation of television: Sunrise TV stirs up the market
    • Entire network infrastructure modernized with new technology partner
    • Sunrise and syndicom establish industrial relations by sealing collective agreement
    • sunrise24.ch, Switzerland's cheapest postpaid flat-rate offer, launched with first low-price guarantee
    • Sunrise launches the LTE high-speed network
    • Sunrise launches exclusive offer of Samsung Galaxy Nexus starting at CHF 1
    • Sunrise and NextiraOne seal deal to purchase NextiraOne Switzerland
    • Sunrise Communications AG and Telefónica enter into sweeping partnership agreement
    • Sunrise counts more than 250,000 unbundled lines
    • Sunrise launches the new Business Sunrise sub-brand for business customers
    • Dr. Dominik Koechlin becomes new Chairman of the Board of Directors
    • CVC CAPITAL PARTNERS purchases Sunrise from TDC for CHF 3.3 billion
    • Sunrise and 20 Minuten newspaper launch mobile offer
    • Sunrise and MTV launch offer for young target market
    • Sunrise and Finecom enter into MVNO partnership
    • The unbundling of Swiss households continues: Sunrise counts its 200,000th ULL customer
    • Oliver Steil is the new CEO of Sunrise
    • Competition Commission forbids merger between Sunrise and Orange
    • France Telecom and TDC plan to merge Sunrise and Orange Switzerland
    • Sunrise launches first complete household flat rate in Switzerland
    • Sunrise achieves turnaround in 2009 fiscal year and passes the CHF 2 billion sales threshold
    • Sunrise opens its 80th Shop in Zurich-Wiedikon
    • Sunrise sells former Tele2 mobile network sites to In&Phone
    • France Telecom and TDC agree to merge Orange Switzerland and Sunrise, creating the leading challenger in the Swiss telecommunications market
    • Sunrise launches Red Bull MOBILE in Switzerland
    • Sunrise operates the first purely optical image network for SRG SSR idée suisse
    • Sunrise opens 18 shops and creates 100 new jobs
    • Sunrise gains 584,000 new customers and invests CHF 205 million
    • Sunrise launches mobile subscriptions with flat rates and the first mobile subscriptions in Switzerland without a mobile phone subsidy
    • Sunrise launches the first prepaid flat rate on the Swiss market
    • Sunrise acquires Tele2, the third-largest landline network provider in Switzerland
    • Sunrise launches the first Last Mile unbundled offers
    • Sunrise increases the number of direct Sunrise points of sale (Sunrise centers) from 40 to 55
    • Sunrise sells SBC and outsources network construction and maintenance to Alcatel-Lucent
    • Sunrise launches T@KE AWAY. The affordably priced mobile broadband offer becomes a trendsetter and is copied by competitors
    • Sunrise gets a new corporate design and simplifies its range of offers. The company uses the name Sunrise Communications AG again
    • Deregulation of “Last Mile”: For the first time, Telecommunications Services Act allows private telecommunications companies to offer “unbundled” products and services for domestic lines. Sunrise begins installing the necessary technical infrastructure throughout Switzerland
    • Christoph Brand becomes CEO of TDC Switzerland AG
    • Sunrise and Tele2 draw up a national roaming agreement
    • Jesper Theill Eriksen becomes CEO of TDC Switzerland AG
    • Sunrise and Cablecom agree on a strategic partnership in mobile telecommunications
    • Sunrise launches mobile broadband services
    • Sunrise acquires Ascom Business Communication Schweiz, which then becomes Sunrise Business Communication (SBC)
    • TDC Switzerland launches the yallo brand as its first “no frills” offer for low-cost mobile telecommunications and SMS
    • Hans Peter Baumgartner becomes CEO of TDC Switzerland AG
    • Total revenue of TDC Switzerland AG exceeds CHF 2 billion for the first time
    • Sunrise launches its multimedia messaging service (MMS)
    • Sunrise introduces broadband offers with ADSL technology to the market
    • diAx merges with Sunrise. The company is called TDC Switzerland AG; the new joint brand is Sunrise
    • Kim Frimer becomes CEO of Sunrise Communications AG
    • dSpeed, diAx’s sister company, purchases a UMTS license at the lowest bid of CHF 50 million
    • Tele Danmark acquires a majority holding in Newtelco and diAx. The two companies merge into Sunrise Communications AG
    • Sunrise becomes the first Swiss provider of Internet and voice services at the local rate. diAx launches GSM mobile communications
    • British Telecom and Tele Danmark become partners and investors at Newtelco and launch the Sunrise brand
    • Switzerland’s six largest electricity companies, Atel, BKW, CKW, EGL, EOS, and NOK, found diAx
    • SBB, UBS and Migros found Newtelco AG