Deutsche Telekom has sent a message to competitors like Vodafone Germany with the debut of its MagentaEins ("MagentaOne") service portfolio that it wants to be a big player in the fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) market segment.
The NSA and the British agency GCHQ have broken into Deutsche Telekom, according to der Spiegal. Their goal? Map the Internet. The initiative is called Treasure Map: [E]very single end device that is connected to the Internet somewhere in the world — every smartphone, tablet and computer — is to be made visible. The article [...]
The US National Security Agency and British intelligence services are able to secretly access data from telecoms giant Deutsche Telekom and several other German operators, according to Der Spiegel weekly. An NSA programme called “Treasure Map” gives the US agency and Britain’s...
Sprint may have officially junked its ambitious plan to buy T-Mobile US, but there’s a big telecom industry out there and it has taken notice of the U.S.’s scrappy No. 4 mobile carrier. T-Mobile’s principal owner Deutsche Telekom has indicated its willingness to sell if the price is right, and French ISP Iliad is likely... Read More
By Stone Fox Capital: Apparently the $33 offer for T-Mobile (NYSE:TMUS) from Iliad (OTC:ILIAF) that was brushed off as "inadequate" is suddenly close to good enough. According to Bloomberg, Deutsche Telekom (OTCQX:DTEGY) has let it be...Show More Summary
Germany's Deutsche Telekom has activated vectored VDSL for 20 initial local towns in its territory, a move that will allow it to raise VDSL speeds to 100/40 Mbps, reports Teltarif.de.
Here are some things going on today in your world of tech: It appears talk of a T-Mobile US (TMUS) deal are back on the table: Bloomberg’s Cornelius Rahn and Aaron Kirchfeld report this afternoon that parent Deutsche Telekom (DTE) is open to selling the company for $35 per share or more, citing a single [...]
Deutsche Telekom AG (OTCQX:DTEGY) Q2 2014 Earnings Call August 07, 2014 8:00 am ET Executives Stephan Eger - Head of Investor Relations Timotheus Höttges - Chairman of Management Board and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Dannenfeldt -...Show More Summary
Sprint’s plans to buy out the U.S. arm of T-Mobile from Deutsche Telekom came to an end today, the Wall Street Journal reported. According to the Journal, Sprint’s leadership was concerned that it would be too difficult to get United States regulators to agree to the merger. The announcement it not yet official, but is […]
By Sophie Sassard LONDON (Reuters) - French telecom firm Iliad is in talks with investors to improve its bid for T-Mobile US because it expects parent company Deutsche Telekom will reject its $15 billion offer, three sources familiar with the matter said. Show More Summary
By Harro Ten Wolde and Philipp Halstrick FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom has serious doubts about the overall attractiveness of a bid by French telecom group Iliad for its U.S. mobile unit, despite lower regulatory hurdles than a rival offer, said two people close to the company. Show More Summary
A debt boom has allowed TMT dealmakers like John Malone, Masayoshi Son and Patrick Drahi to finance their ever-bigger dreams. Now French billionaire Xavier Niel has made an unexpected $15 bln bid for 57 pct of Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile US unit. He risks over-reaching.
JAWS dropped in Paris this afternoon when news broke that Iliad, owner of France’s fourth-biggest telecoms operator, Free, had made a bid to buy T-Mobile US, America’s fourth largest, from Deutsche Telekom. Iliad is offering about $15 billion in cash for 56.6% of the American firm, or $33 per share. Show More Summary
Three years after T-Mobile USA’s parent company Deutsch Telekom failed to make a lasting match between its magenta-hued wireless provider and AT&T, it’s now receiving requests for T-Mobile’s hand from suitors closer to home, as French...Show More Summary
Dropbox has announced a new partnership with the wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that will result in a much higher profile for the cloud storage service in some central and eastern European countries. The deal will begin in October...Show More Summary
Dropbox has announced a new partnership with the wireless carrier Deutsche Telekom that will see the Android app for the cloud storage service pre-loaded on millions of smartphones in some central and eastern European countries.
With the consumer-facing cloud storage space getting ever more crowded — Apple announced its own iCloud Drive offering just last month — Dropbox has not been sitting on its laurels, waiting for its ~300 million customers to be lured away by rivals. Read More