Vodafone Group will partner with Deutsche Telekom to provide German customers with TV services over high-speed broadband.
LONDON -- Vodafone shares put on 1% in early trade, after announcing an agreement with Deutsche Telekom that allows it to offer high-speed fixed-line broadband and Internet protocol-based TV services across Germany. The next-generation...Show More Summary
Tradeshift, the company that turns invoicing between businesses into an online activity across a ‘social network’-style platform, is set to announce some big hires today, part of a recruitment drive... Keep reading ?
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom has given its U.S. operations more autonomy, positioning its business to compete better with bigger and smaller rivals, Chief Executive Rene Obermann told Germany's Welt am Sonntag newspaper.
T-Mobile USA sold 500,000 iPhones in the past month, the carrier’s parent company Deutsche Telekom reported Wednesday, indicating that the April addition of the smartphone will be a boon. Sales of the iPhone and the full effects of T-Mobile’s...Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGY.PK) Q1 2013 Earnings Call May 08, 2013 8:00 am ET Executives Stephan Eger René Obermann - Chairman of the Management Board and Chief Executive Officer Timotheus Hottges - Deputy Chairman of Management Board...Show More Summary
T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE: TMUS) reported first-quarter 2013 results before markets opened this morning. The wireless provider is the U.S.-listed combination of Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile USA unit and MetroPCS Communications Inc. Because...Show More Summary
Deutsche Telekom announced that it has ceased the outflow of customers in the first quarter after it dropped conventional two-year contracts and added Apple’s iPhone to its offers. HSBC announced that it might face "significant" penalties from US regulators related to the ongoing investigation. Show More Summary
T-Mobile USA had a successful debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday. Investors bought into the company that consists of the merged T-Mobile and smaller MetroPCS. Deutsche Telekom will retain a 74% stake in the combined company. It's good timing. Show More Summary
The tech press has been abuzz last week when it was first leaked and later announced that Deutsche Telekom would soon apply data caps to their wireline broadband offers (see this Fierce Telecom article for details.) Unlike AT&T style caps, heavy users will not be charged overage, they will be throttled to service levels marginally [...]
T-Mobile US, Inc. Begins Trading on the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Deutsche Telekom AG (XETRA: DTE; "Deutsche Telekom") and T-Mobile US, Inc. today announced the completion of the combination of T-Mobile USA, Inc. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc shares rose 3 percent in their debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, after the company was created by the merger of MetroPCS Communications and Deutsche Telekom AG's U.S. unit T-Mobile USA.
Yep, the merger of T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS is complete, and the combined company started trading today under the ticker TMUS. Deutsche Telekom still owns 74% of the company of course, but now has a bit of breathing room as its US division takes on the challenge of still being #4 in a tough business. [...]
Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile announced on Wednesday the completion of T-Mobile USA's merger with MetroPCS Communications, creating an entity with roughly 43 million subscribers across the United States and making Apple's iPhone available to an additional 9 million customers.
T-Mobile and MetroPCS Combination Complete—Wireless Revolution Just Beginning T-Mobile US to Ring NYSE Opening Bell as Trading Begins Today Under Ticker "TMUS" BONN, Germany & BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Deutsche Telekom AG (XETRA: DTE; "Deutsche Telekom") and T-Mobile US, Inc. Show More Summary
Bob Ferguson, Washington state’s attorney general, is calling out Deutsche Telekom‘s (PINK:DTEGY) U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile for misleading customers over its “un-carrier” plans. T-Mobile is touting the “no contract” feature of the...Show More Summary
It appears that Deutsche Telekom has decided that it can and should ignore the basic principles of net neutrality. It is setting up limits on how much traffic its customers can use, and saying that competitors' video products will automatically be throttled to 384k, which makes them basically useless. Show More Summary
The country's economics and technology minister has reportedly urged Telekom to watch its step, after the telco announced caps for fixed-line users. Thing is, usage of Telekom's own entertainment services won't count towards those c...
May yours be a long and happy marriage: MetroPCS’s shareholders blessed the union of the company with T-Mobile. All it took was a bit of a sweetened dowry on behalf of T-Mobile’s parent company, Deutsche Telekom. The deal was approved by the Federal Communications Commission last month, so it’s full steam ahead from here. [via Bloomberg] … [More]
T-Mobile agreed last year to merge with MetroPCS, creating a publicly traded company of which Deutsche Telekom would own 74%.