0MPH.IL - DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG DEUTSCHE TE

IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
14.91
-0.03 (-0.23%)
As of 12:52PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close14.94
Open14.90
Bid14.74 x 0
Ask15.04 x 0
Day's range14.89 - 14.95
52-week range8.68 - 17.05
Volume25,114
Avg. volume3,646,474
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  • Deutsche Telekom confident U.S. merger will still deliver cost savings
    Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom confident U.S. merger will still deliver cost savings

    Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday it still expects the merger of its U.S. unit T-Mobile with Sprint to generate $43 billion in cost savings even after tweaking the deal to secure antitrust clearance. The U.S. Department of Justice approved the deal, which was struck more than a year ago, after T-Mobile agreed to sell Sprint's prepaid business to satellite TV firm Dish Network Corp to create a fourth U.S. wireless carrier. The merger of the No.3 and No.4 U.S. mobile players would create a business accounting for more than three fifths of group revenue at Deutsche Telekom, which is the leader in its home market and has a broad European presence.

  • EU charges Czech mobile operators with blocking rivals
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    EU charges Czech mobile operators with blocking rivals

    EU antitrust regulators on Wednesday charged Deutsche Telekom's mobile Czech unit, rival O2 Czech Republic and Czech telecoms infrastructure provider Cetin with restricting competition via their network sharing deal. The move by the European Commission could make it more difficult for telecoms operators to do similar deals to share networks, seen as key to saving costs and reducing time in the face of regulatory barriers to mergers. The European Commission said the deal, which the country's two biggest mobile operators and Cetin, then part of O2 CZ, struck in 2011 and subsequently expanded, may breach the bloc's competition rules.

  • Two German fibre groups for sale; buyer could combine them -sources
    Reuters

    Two German fibre groups for sale; buyer could combine them -sources

    Two German fibre-optic networks operators are coming up for sale, presenting an opportunity for a potential buyer to create a sizeable player in a fragmented market where Deutsche Telekom dominates, sources close to the matter said. Inexio, 59%-owned by buyout group Warburg Pincus, is expected to launch a sale in the second half of the year that could value it at more than 1 billion euros (£911.78 million), the sources said. Rival Deutsche Glasfaser, majority-owned by private equity investor KKR , is also preparing a sale which may start in late 2019 or early 2020, they added.

  • Deutsche Telekom sets meeting as T-Mobile, Sprint deal nears approval: report
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    Deutsche Telekom sets meeting as T-Mobile, Sprint deal nears approval: report

    Deutsche Telekom has called a leadership meeting on Wednesday in expectation of U.S. regulatory approval of the proposed merger of its U.S. T-Mobile unit with rival Sprint, according to business daily Handelsblatt. A meeting to update Deutsche Telekom's supervisory board on U.S. strategy has been scheduled for 10:15 am (0815 GMT), Handelsblatt reported. It cited unnamed sources as saying that officials at the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) were expected to give the nod to the $26 billion deal after months of negotiations to address antitrust concerns arising from the deal.

  • T-Mobile-Sprint Deal With Department of Justice May Be Stalling
    Motley Fool

    T-Mobile-Sprint Deal With Department of Justice May Be Stalling

    T-Mobile's parent company doesn't want to enable a potential competitor.

  • EU clears Vodafone's $22 billion Liberty deal
    Reuters

    EU clears Vodafone's $22 billion Liberty deal

    BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - Brussels gave its blessing to Vodafone's $22 billion purchase of Liberty Global's cable networks in Germany and central Europe, clearing the way for the British company to become Europe's largest mobile, broadband and TV provider. The deal is the standout move by Vodafone in its bid to become a provider of superfast broadband and pay-TV, rather than just a pure mobile provider. The strategy, launched by former CEO Vittorio Colao, is designed to increase customer spending and deepen user loyalty.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-EU clears Vodafone's $22 billion Liberty deal

    BRUSSELS/LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) - Brussels gave its blessing to Vodafone's $22 billion purchase of Liberty Global's cable networks in Germany and central Europe, clearing the way for the British company to become Europe's largest mobile, broadband and TV provider. The deal is the standout move by Vodafone in its bid to become a provider of superfast broadband and pay-TV, rather than just a pure mobile provider.

  • Vodafone launches 5G in Germany, challenges D.Telekom on price
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    Vodafone launches 5G in Germany, challenges D.Telekom on price

    Vodafone said on Tuesday it was launching 5G services in Germany, taking on Deutsche Telekom by offering cheaper deals and reaching more cities than the market leader that went live last week. Vodafone, which has already launched limited 5G services in its British home market, is switching on 5G antennae in 20 German towns and cities - a figure that Deutsche Telekom only expects to reach next year. "We are democratising 5G," Vodafone's Germany chief Hannes Ametsreiter said in a statement.

  • State AGs fighting T-Mobile, Sprint merger say October trial may not be possible
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    State AGs fighting T-Mobile, Sprint merger say October trial may not be possible

    An attorney for the state attorneys general who filed a lawsuit in hopes of stopping T-Mobile's $26 billion merger with Sprint told the judge on Monday that an Oct. 7 trial may not be possible. In a letter to Judge Victor Marrero on Monday, attorney Glenn Pomerantz said that in exchange for the expedited October 7 trial date, the states had been promised materials on a settlement between the Justice Department and the companies by June 28. "Plaintiff states engaged in discussions yesterday with defendants regarding the appropriate trial date and pre-trial schedule and continue to confer with defendants," Pomerantz wrote in his letter.

  • Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom loses lawsuit over all-you-can-watch video product

    Deutsche Telekom has lost a legal battle to continue offering an all-you-can-watch mobile video product after a court sided with the German regulator, saying it violated European rules on roaming and network neutrality. The appeals court in Muenster ruled that Deutsche Telekom's StreamOn product could no longer be offered in its current form, confirming a lower court decision in favour of restrictions imposed by the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) in December 2017.

  • Deutsche Telekom, Huawei customer, continues vendor review
    Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom, Huawei customer, continues vendor review

    Deutsche Telekom said it was continuing a review of its vendor strategy as it announced the limited launch of 5G services in its home market, where it has partnered with China's Huawei Technologies in trial projects. Asked whether it was taking any action in response to U.S. calls on its allies to exclude Huawei from their networks, executives said they were continuing an ongoing vendor review and were in close contact with regulators and the government. "The most important criterion is network security - and the most important statement to make here is that we should not depend on one vendor," Deutsche Telekom's technology chief Claudia Nemat told a briefing.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Deutsche Telekom first to market in Germany with limited 5G rollout

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT, July 3 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom stole a march on its competitors by announcing a limited rollout of 5G services in its German home market on Wednesday, targeting early adopters in cities with the high-speed mobile technology. Existing 5G trials will be opened up to public use in the German capital Berlin and in Bonn, where Deutsche Telekom is headquartered, with four more cities to follow this year.

  • Deutsche Telekom first to market in Germany with limited 5G rollout
    Reuters

    Deutsche Telekom first to market in Germany with limited 5G rollout

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom stole a march on its competitors by announcing a limited rollout of 5G services in its German home market on Wednesday, targeting early adopters in cities with the high-speed mobile technology. Existing 5G trials will be opened up to public use in the German capital Berlin and in Bonn, where Deutsche Telekom is headquartered, with four more cities to follow this year. "Our goal now is to get 5G to the streets, to our customers, as quickly as possible," Deutsche Telekom's Germany head, Dirk Woessner, told a glitzy presentation in Berlin.

  • France's Orange raises $616 million with sale of its BT stake
    Reuters

    France's Orange raises $616 million with sale of its BT stake

    French telecom giant Orange said it had sold its remaining 2.5% stake in BT, raising net proceeds of 486 million pounds ($616 million) as the former state monopoly faces a battle for market share in France. BT bought 41 million shares in the private placement of France Telecom's 248 million shares, a stake which was worth about 493 million pounds at Thursday's market price. Shares in BT were 2% down at 0720 GMT on Friday, while Orange was almost unchanged following the Thursday placement, on which Citigroup Global Markets was the sole bookrunner.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-France's Orange raises $616 mln with sale of its BT stake

    French telecom giant Orange said it had sold its remaining 2.5% stake in BT , raising net proceeds of 486 million pounds ($616 million) as the former state monopoly faces a battle for market share in France. BT bought 41 million shares in the private placement of France Telecom's 248 million shares, a stake which was worth about 493 million pounds at Thursday's market price. Orange ended up with a 4% BT stake in 2014 when the British group bought mobile operator EE, a joint venture between the French company and Germany's Deutsche Telekom.

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