Digital life is the life we know, because technology is already part of the essence of human beings.
We want to create, protect, and empower life's possible connections so that people choose what really matters in a world of endless possibilities.
We want to be an ONLIFE TELCO, a telco for people, a telco for your life.
Our values define us and guide everything we do. They tell us how we are and how we want to be. They shape our attitude:
Our integrity implies that we act in accordance with ethical standards that are non-negotiable.
The relationship we maintain with each of our interest groups is based on a commitment to always act responsibly and to fulfill what was promised.
We commit ourselves so that our clients, suppliers, employees, shareholders and society in general have clear and accessible information about our strategy and activities, so that they can, at any moment, make inquiries about doubts or questions.
Our purpose is born out of the belief that the technological revolution must be part of everyone's life, and not a privilege of a few.
We want the opportunities that the digital world offers to be universal, contributing as a positive force for the transformation of individuals, companies and society.
That is why we bring digitalization to millions of Brazilians, promoting their approach to different universes and realities, reducing the distance between people and what matters for them - education, culture, entertainment, health, business and, above all, others people.
By constantly investing in infrastructure, services and data intelligence, we not only lead technological advances, but also create solutions for people and companies to digitalize and get closer to each other.
For any kind of connection that our customers need, we want Vivo to always be the best alternative
Ensure that everything technology-related can be found at Vivo
Digitalizing and bringing our customers and society together is only possible if we have this culture at home
We need to have a conscious look at our impacts and the consequences of hyperconnectivity, to always remain relevant
Updated on August 10, 2020.