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Deutsche Telekom AG is a Germany-based company that provides information technology (IT) and telecommunications services. The Company's operating segments include Germany, consisting of fixed-network and mobile activities in Germany; United States, which consists of mobile activities in the United States market; Europe, consisting of fixed-network and mobile operations of the national companies in various European countries, such as Greece, Romania, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovakia, Austria, Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro; Systems Solutions, which operates information and communication technology (ICT) systems for multinational corporations and public sector institutions; Group Development, comprising the entities T-Mobile Netherlands and Deutsche Funkturm (DFMG) and its equity investment in Stroeer SE & Co. KGaA, and Group Headquarters & Group Services, which consists of the operations of service headquarters and various other subsidiaries of the Company.
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Deutsche Telekom said on Monday it had submitted a pitch to the German government to design a digital vaccination passport, as part of European efforts to reopen travel for those who have protection against COVID-19.
* Europe has 100 operators, the United States only 3, CEO says
Europe's telecoms industry needs to consolidate, Deutsche Telekom Chief Executive Tim Hoettges said on Friday, as the region's 100 operators invest more in 5G networks at a time when revenue and profits are under pressure.
Deutsche Telekom reported forecast-beating fourth-quarter results on Friday as its merged U.S. unit T-Mobile continued to drive growth, and issued guidance for profit and cash flow to grow this year.
Deutsche Telekom's Slovak Telekom business cannot avoid sanctions imposed by Slovak antitrust authorities even though it has already been penalised by EU competition enforcers, the EU's top court ruled on Thursday.
German telecoms group Deutsche Telekom and Spanish cell phone mast operator Cellnex said on Thursday they would combine their tower business in the Netherlands and set up a joint fund to invest in digital infrastructure.
German telecoms group Deutsche Telekom and Spanish cell phone mast operator Cellnex announced on Thursday to combine their tower business in the Netherlands.
Deutsche Telekom is preparing a sale of its Dutch subsidiary T-Mobile Netherlands, Dutch financial daily Financieele Dagblad said on Monday.
OTE Group, Greece's biggest telecom operator, has launched 5G services in Athens and other big cities, it said on Thursday.
* Action needed to fix IT services unit, debt under control -CFO (Recasts, adds detail and company comment)
OTE Telecom, Greece's biggest telecoms operator, reported a 0.9% rise in third-quarter core profit on Thursday as strong Romanian operations offset the impact of COVID-19 pandemic at its home market.
* Large new headquarters mostly empty as COVID-19 lockdowns bite
* Well placed to drive European industry consolidation - CEO (Adds comments on valuation of non-U.S. business, M&A)
Deutsche Telekom is well placed to drive European industry consolidation, CEO Tim Hoettges said on Thursday, thanks to strategic execution that has lifted its market value above that of its peers.
Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday that the implementation of the $23 billion takeover of Sprint by its U.S. unit T-Mobile was on track, and is still expected to generate $43 billion in synergies.
Deutsche Telekom reported jumps in quarterly revenue and profit on Thursday following U.S. unit T-Mobile's $23 billion takeover of Sprint, while its underlying performance beat market expectations.
The European Commission said on Friday it had signed a contract for SAP and Deutsche Telekom to build a software platform that would enable national coronavirus contact tracing apps to 'talk' to each other.
The European Commission said on Friday it had signed a contract for SAP and Deutsche Telekom to build a software platform that would enable coronavirus contact tracing apps to exchange information.
SAP and Deutsche Telekom are close to a deal to build a software platform that would enable smartphone apps for measuring risks of coronavirus infections to exchange information, Wirtschaftswoche magazine reported on Friday.
Deutsche Telekom will retain control of T-Mobile should Japan's Softbank liquidate its stake, CEO Tim Hoettges said on Friday as he vowed to claim top spot in the U.S. market.
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