Yettel Sustainability

Yettel is committed to doing business in a way to promote the sustainable growth of the society and the company.

According to the UN’s definition, sustainable development means that present generations should not only meet their own needs but consider the economic, social and environmental impact of their political, business and private decisions to enable future generations to meet their own needs.1

In line with this, the responsibility of business players extends beyond economic performance to all other operational factors that may have a negative impact on sustainability. We at Yettel believe that it is not enough for a company to create value for the majority of the society with its core business. In addition, it should do its best to extend the benefits of its operation to as many stakeholders as possible, and minimise and offset its potentially harmful environmental and social impact.

For Yettel Hungary, sustainability means integrating the three pillars of sustainable development into its corporate decisions and daily business, that is, considering not only the economic, but also the environmental and social impact of our activities. At the end of the day, this is how we’ll be able to make the benefits of mobile internet and technology available to all while operating responsibly, ethically and transparently. 

Our projects promoting corporate responsibility and sustainable development are listed in a breakdown by economic, environmental and social topics to emphasize compliance with all three requirements.

[1] UN World Commission on Environment and Development (1987): report titled “Our Common Future”



KórházSuli, E-tanoda, Hintalovon Foundation, UNICEF, Hungarian Red Cross, Transparency International, Vigyél Haza


Hipersuli, TudatosNet, Corporate volunteer programmes


To view our old sustainaiblity reports please visit this page.


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