Hutchison Drei Austria is a telecommunications company in Austria that uses the Drei brand (German for Three). It is the Austrian subsidiary of the Hong Kong–based CK Hutchison Holdings group. Drei (or 3) competes with A1, the incumbent telecom operator, and Magenta Telekom (formerly T-Mobile).
Drei acquired a larger competitor, Orange (formerly known as ONE), in 2012. It also acquired the Austrian operations of the Swedish-owned Tele2 in 2017 (which offered only fixed-line telephony and broadband services, unlike Orange, which was a mobile operator). Both the Orange and Tele2 brand names were retired in favour of Drei in 2013 and 2018, respectively.
Telecommunications: Three:Europe:Austria, Denmark, Ireland (48), Sweden (hallon), United Kingdom (Smarty) | Asia: Hong Kong and Macau (Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings) | Indonesia (Hutchison Asia Telecom Group)
Notes: 1Joint venture with Vodafone. Formerly operated under the 3 brand. 2Acquired from VEON. 3Joint venture with Hanoi Telecom. 4Acquired by Vodafone. Now part of Vodafone Idea Limited. 5Acquired from Orange S.A./Tele2 AB and merged into Hutchison Drei Austria. 6Acquired from Telefónica and merged into 3 Ireland. 7Acquired from Etisalat; the Etisalat brand is yet to be discontinued. 8Joint venture with Temasek Holdings. 9Under license. 10Joint venture with Jardine Pacific, Wharf Holdings and China National Aviation Holdings. 11Originally part of A.S. Watson Group until the group's IPO in 2014.