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Deutsche Telekom’s Answer For Germans Spooked by NSA Spooks

Germany’s leading telecommunications group said this week it keeps domestic Internet traffic within the country and sources key equipment from at least two suppliers. The steps are part of a series of privacy-protection measures Deutsche Telekom has introduced since large-scale wiretapping by intelligence agencies became public.

Vodafone Germany Offering Encrypted Voice Call App for Corporates

NSA surveillance revelations, as well as Germans’ well-known sensitivity to privacy, is fertile ground for German data protection services and clients. Vodafone's app joins a similar service by Deutsche Telekom.

T-Mobile CEO Not Exactly Thrilled With “Bullsh” Stories About Future Of Un-Carrier

Yesterday we told you that Tim Hoettges, CEO of T-Mobile US parent company Deutsche Telekom, had expressed some concern over the carrier’s long-term ability to continue its aggressive “Un-Carrier” promotions and competitive pricing without a merger partner. Show More Summary

T-Mobile USA CEO responds to ‘unsustainable’ claim in typical Uncarrier fashion

What does T-Mobile US CEO John Legere have to say about comments from parent company Deutsche Telekom this week calling his “Uncarrier” approach unsustainable? “Its total bullshit,” according to a brief response from Legere referring to comments made by Deutsche Telekom CEO Timotheus Höttges in an interview earlier this week. According to Re/code, Höttges “admitted […]

The Switchboard: The NSA cyberspied on North Korea years before Sony got hacked

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. Deutsche Telekom CEO holds out hope for a T-Mobile U.S. deal. Re/code reports: "Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges said that for all of T-Mobile’s short-term gains in the United States, the company still needs greater scale in the U.S. […]

The Switchboard: The NSA cyberspied on North Korea years before Sony got hacked

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. Deutsche Telekom CEO holds out hope for a T-Mobile U.S. deal. Re/code reports: "Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges said that for all of T-Mobile’s short-term gains in the United States, the company still needs greater scale in the U.S. […]

T-Mobile Parent Still Wants To Offload the Uncarrier

Deutsche Telekom, majority owner of T-Mobile, believes the Uncarrier's best chances of success are to merge with or be acquired by another large carrier. Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges, speaking to Re/code, said T-Mobile lacks the scale enjoyed by rivals AT&T and Verizon Wireless. Show More Summary

Silicon Valley Has an Unfair Advantage, Deutsche Telekom CEO Says

Deutsche Telekom's CEO went on a tear Sunday against European regulators and Silicon Valley, saying U.S. tech companies are offering communications services like messaging and phone calls but don't invest in infrastructure or face regulation like traditional telecoms.

Euro slide propels upturn in earnings

EUROPEAN companies from Sanofi to Deutsche Telekom stand to benefit this year as the euro’s slump to a nine-year low against the dollar bolsters profit growth. ||| Phil Serafino Paris EUROPEAN companies from Sanofi to Deutsche Telekom stand to benefit this year as the euro’s slump to a nine-year low against the dollar bolsters profit growth. Show More Summary

More than Slim odds America Movil buys T-Mobile

Carlos Slim’s telecoms empire needs to reduce its dependence on Mexico. The fourth U.S. wireless carrier is cheap, parent Deutsche Telekom doesn’t want it and there’s strategic logic to a deal. The increasingly frightful competition in U.S. telecoms may be a sticking point.

BT Is About To Regain Its Crown As The Most Dominant UK Telecoms Business

BT is soon to become the "leading integrated telco in the land", digital business analyst Dan Bieler, of Forrester Research, tells Business Insider. As the company prepares to buy mobile phone network EE from Deutsche Telekom (DT) and Orange, many believe it is truly cementing its ambitions to introduce full "Quad Play" packages to British consumers. Show More Summary

BT Makes Its Wireless Choice: EE

The wireless market in the UK just may get its incumbent back. BT said yesterday that it has entered into ‘exclusive talks’ to by EE, the mobile operator jointly owned by Deutsche Telekom and Orange. While the process will take a few weeks, the apparent price tag is £12.5bn. … [visit site to read more]

BT is in talks to acquire EE for £12.5 billion

British Telecom has confirmed it has "entered into an exclusivity agreement with Deutsche Telekom and Orange" which could lead to BT acquiring the wireless carrier EE for about £12.5 billion. This means that the UK's largest land line and broadband company could buy the country's biggest mobile phone carrier. Show More Summary

UK Telecom Market On Verge of Major Consolidation

After BT began moving towards an acquisition of either Telefonica SA’s O2 or EE, the wireless carrier co-owned by Orange SA and Deutsche Telekom AG, a Vodafone reaction was virtually certain. Vodafone arguably cannot allow BT to amass...Show More Summary

The Incumbents’ Net Discrimination Plan Exposed

I was just pointed to this fantastic German video that ‘unveils’ Deutsche Telekom’s plans with internet discrimination. It’s both funny (because it turns every creepy aspect of it into a ‘feature’, like “you will no longer be bothered by these thousands of services you could never figure out“) and scary, because from all I can […]

Confirmed: BT is also in talks to acquire EE’s mobile network

EE has confirmed that it’s in exploratory acquisition talks with BT to sell its UK mobile network. Earlier this week, we heard that BT has been in discussions with O2 about a similar deal. EE’s joint shareholders, Deutsche Telekom and Orange, issued a statement on the discussions with BT. Show More Summary

Disconnect hits the desktop with new version that will protect it from Google’s whims

3 months agoTechnology / Mobile : jkOnTheRun

The anti-tracking service has also revealed a partnership with Deutsche Telekom, which unlike some carriers seems to be more interested in protecting its customers than selling them out to advertisers.

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