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Deutsche Telekom AG (QX)

Deutsche Telekom AG (QX) (DTEGY)

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About Deutsche Telekom AG (QX)

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with some 245 million mobile customers, 25 million fixed-network lines, and 21 million broadband lines. We provide fixed-network/broadband, mobile communications, Internet, and IPTV products and services for cons... Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with some 245 million mobile customers, 25 million fixed-network lines, and 21 million broadband lines. We provide fixed-network/broadband, mobile communications, Internet, and IPTV products and services for consumers, and information and communication technology (ICT) solutions for business and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in more than 50 countries. With a staff of some 206,800 (Dec 31, 2022) employees throughout the world, we generated revenue of 114,4 billion Euros in the 2022 financial year.* Today, we are developing from a classic telephone company into a service company of a completely new type: the software company that sells telecommunications services. Because only a Telekom that is digitalised in all areas can continue the successful path of the past years. With our presence in Europe and the USA, we are ideally positioned for this. We want to become the leading digital telco. The core business, i.e. the operation and sale of networks and connections, will remain the basis. Show more

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Deutsche Telekom AG (QX) is listed in the Radiotelephone Communication sector of the OTCMarkets with ticker DTEGY. The last closing price for Deutsche Telekom (QX) was $26.10. Over the last year, Deutsche Telekom (QX) shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.00 to $ 0.00.

Deutsche Telekom (QX) currently has 4,971,940,868 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Deutsche Telekom (QX) is $129.77 billion.

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keyotee keyotee 9 years ago
Impressive 52 week high, maybe a little pull back and then blue sky .
keyotee keyotee 10 years ago
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Nutinfancy Nutinfancy 10 years ago
Sarcasm goes a long way in pinky land...
NathanH NathanH 10 years ago
Rofl good comm guy hasn't been active on here for a year
Nutinfancy Nutinfancy 10 years ago
Chart is strong but I am concerned about the volume. Tax loss selling for the next few weeks. Good communication though.
peter99ff peter99ff 11 years ago
Another good week coming
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peter99ff peter99ff 12 years ago
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Interesting 5, 10, 20 dance it does on the charts
911 911 13 years ago

Added here and adding more -side..BO..eom
TradingSW TradingSW 13 years ago
sorry, wrong board.
Fuyi Fuyi 13 years ago
Interesting. Good info. Let's see what happens
Fuyi Fuyi 13 years ago
I have no clue to be perfectly honest but will be watching closely.
TradingSW TradingSW 13 years ago
This deal may take a year to close. FCC has to sign off on it and the consumer groups will be up in arms. The big unknown is what will AT&T have to divest to get the regulators to sign off on the deal.......
Bigatin Bigatin 13 years ago
Any guess on how high this will gap up?
Bigatin Bigatin 13 years ago
The word is out with bloomberg. That was the only way I got to know about Deutsche.

AT&T Buys Deutsche Telekom’s U.S. Business for $39 Billion
By Greg Bensinger - Mar 20, 2011 7:03 PM GMT-0800

AT&T to Acquire T-Mobile

A woman enters a T-Mobile store in New York. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson

AT&T Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson. Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

AT&T Inc. (T) agreed to buy T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom AG (DTE) for about $39 billion in cash and stock to create America’s largest mobile-phone company, trumping Sprint Nextel Corp. (S)’s effort to acquire the business.

The deal would allow AT&T, now the second-largest U.S. wireless operator, to add about 34 million customers and surpass Verizon Wireless. The acquisition, the largest in the wireless industry since 2004, may face government scrutiny because it combines the second- and fourth-largest wireless providers, reducing consumer choice. Regulatory approval may take a year, Dallas-based AT&T said.

“This is a long process from the regulatory perspective and nothing is guaranteed,” said Chris Larsen, a Piper Jaffray & Co. analyst, in an interview. “For these carriers, there’s going to be bigger savings on their networks by joining up.”

Sprint had held talks with Deutsche Telekom about acquiring T-Mobile, people with knowledge of the matter said this month. The companies hadn’t been able to agree on the valuation of T- Mobile, the people said.

AT&T said that it would expand the rollout of its high- speed wireless technology, called Long-Term Evolution, or LTE, under the T-Mobile agreement. AT&T will offer the service to an additional 46.5 million people as part of the deal, helping achieve the Federal Communications Commission goal of making broadband available more widely, the company said.
‘Very Confident’

“We studied this thing extensively over the last few months and we’re very confident it will be approved,” Randall Stephenson, AT&T chairman and chief executive officer, said in an interview. “Most local markets have a choice between five carriers, so the space will remain fiercely competitive.”

The agreement has been approved by the boards of both companies, Deutsche Telekom said in a statement.

The deal is the largest for AT&T since the acquisition of BellSouth Corp. in 2006 for about $83 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. It’s the largest takeover to be announced in the wireless industry worldwide since 2004, when Sprint agreed to merge with Nextel Communications Inc., and the sixth- largest mobile-phone deal of all time.

Since taking over as CEO in 2007, Stephenson has focused on growth through wireless services, rather than the multi-billion- dollar acquisitions common under his predecessor, Ed Whitacre. AT&T began selling Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone in June 2007, and wireless data has since become one of its fastest-growing offerings, with revenue up 27 percent in the fourth quarter.
IPhone Exclusivity

AT&T lost its exclusive hold on the iPhone in the U.S. this year, as Verizon Wireless began selling the device to its customers in February. Analysts estimate Verizon Wireless may sell 11 million iPhones this year, the company said that month.

The T-Mobile deal may give AT&T a way to boost earnings because of the money the companies would save by combining their operations. The companies’ estimate that they could have $40 billion in synergies is a realistic assessment, said Jonathan Chaplin, an analyst with Credit Suisse Group AG.

“Phenomenal deal if it happens,” Chaplin wrote in a research note yesterday. “Huge upside for AT&T; DT getting a great price; however, we believe regulatory risk is enormous.”

In the last five years, the median deal price for a telecommunications company has been 4.5 times earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization, according to Bloomberg data. Deutsche Telekom said the purchase price is multiple of 7.1 times 2010 adjusted EBITDA.
Regulatory Issues

The deal drew criticism for its potential to reduce the number of wireless competitors.

“It’s difficult to come up with any justification or benefits from letting AT&T swallow up one of its few major competitors,” Parul P. Desai, policy counsel for Consumers Union, said in an e-mailed statement. “AT&T is already a giant in the wireless marketplace, where customers routinely complain about hidden charges and other anti-consumer practices.”

There were 296.3 million wireless subscribers in the U.S. at the end of 2010, according to estimates from researcher eMarketer. Adding AT&T and T-Mobile would give the combined companies 39 percent of the total, according to data from eMarketer and ComScore Inc., while Verizon Wireless has 31 percent.

To get the deal through, regulators might require that T- Mobile and AT&T divest some operations or agree to certain conditions, such as promising to build out their network in certain, underserved markets, said Roger Entner, an analyst at Recon Analytics in Boston.
AT&T Financing

Still, the combination would help alleviate some of the spectrum crunch that regulators have been struggling with, he said. The two companies would be able to share airwaves, which may help persuade the FCC and the Department of Justice to approve the deal, Entner said.

Robert Kenny, a spokesman for the FCC, which is to review the deal alongside antitrust authorities, declined to comment.

AT&T anticipates U.S. regulators will require it to divest wireless spectrum and subscribers as a condition for approval, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. The person declined to be identified because the matter is private.

T-Mobile, which accounts for about a quarter of Deutsche Telekom’s revenue, has reported declining earnings as it missed out on the iPhone and it lagged behind competitors in building out a higher-speed wireless network.
Cash and Stock

The purchase price will include $25 billion in cash and the balance in AT&T stock, subject to adjustment, according to a statement yesterday. The deal may give Deutsche Telekom an 8 percent stake in AT&T, which will add a Deutsche Telekom executive to its board of directors.

AT&T said the cash part of the purchase price will be financed from the holdings on AT&T’s balance sheet and new debt. AT&T has an 18-month commitment for a $20 billion unsecured bridge loan from JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) The company is not assuming any debt from T-Mobile or Deutsche Telekom.

AT&T has the right to increase the $25 billion cash portion of the purchase price by up to $4.2 billion, offset by a reduction in stock, as long as Deutsche Telekom receives at least 5 percent equity interest in AT&T, the company said. The number of AT&T shares issued will be based on a 30-day average prior to closing, subject to a 7.5 percent collar.

AT&T agreed to a breakup fee of $3 billion and some spectrum if the deal fails to close, said two people with knowledge of the matter.

AT&T rose 20 cents to $27.94 in New York Stock Exchange composite trading on March 18. The stock had declined 4.9 percent this year. Deutsche Telekom, little changed this year, fell 1.3 percent to 9.59 euros in Frankfurt trading.

AT&T was advised by JPMorgan, Greenhill & Co. and Evercore Partners on the deal. Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank AG, and Credit Suisse Group AG advised Deutsche Telekom.

To contact the reporter on this story: Greg Bensinger in New York at

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Peter Elstrom at
Fuyi Fuyi 13 years ago
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Fuyi Fuyi 13 years ago
Fuyi Fuyi 13 years ago
This stock is going to go crazy tomorrow. IMO Crazy News
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
Where are all the tech/comm junkies out there?
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
yup yup
downsideup downsideup 14 years ago
Looks like T-Mobile might be settling a lawsuit...

Looks like it might be better news for CLYW than it is for DTEGY... but, it might prove to be good news for both of them ???
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
American investors not familiar with the Deutsche Telekom name are certainly more familiar with one of its subsidiaries, T-Mobile. All Deutsche Telekom company names being with a "T".

The parent company owns, in addition to T-Mobile, T-Home, T-Online and T-Systems.

Deutsche Telekom also holds substantial shares in other telecom companies, including Central European subsidiaries Slovak Telekom (Slovakia), Magyar Telekom (Hungary), and T-Hrvatski Telekom (Croatia), which are now fully consolidated into T-Com/T-Home. Furthermore, Magyar Telekom holds majority shares in Combridge (Romania), Makedonski Telekom (Macedonia), and T-Crnogorski Telekom (Montenegro) all of which have also been rebranded and included under the T-Com/T-Home umbrella.
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
As of December 31, 2009, Deutsche Telekom had Revenue of €64.60B, Operating Income of €6.012B, Reported Profits totalling €353M, Total Assets of €127.8B, Total Equity reported at €41.94B.
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
Eavesdropping Controversy...

As part of the Deutsche Telekom eavesdropping controversy, charges were filed against the company for allegedly abusing call data to snoop on supervisory board members and journalists.[6][7][8] In October 2008 the company confirmed that personal information of 17 million mobile phone customers had been copied.[9][10]

(Source: Wikipedia)
prometheus_222 prometheus_222 14 years ago
Deutsche Telekom AG (abbreviated DTAG, English: German Telecom, FWB: DTE) is a telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is the largest telecommunications company in Europe after Vodafone.[2]

Deutsche Telekom was formed in 1996 as the former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Bundespost was privatized. As of June 2008, the German government still holds a 15% stake in company stock directly, and another 17% through the government bank KfW.

(Source: Wikipedia)
josey_rick josey_rick 14 years ago
FIRST!!!! Muwhahaha.....

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