The Deutsche Telekom AG ( DTAG ) is the largest German company of Télécommunications. It was previously a subsidiary company of the state monopoly Deutsche Bundespost , which was divided into three parts and was privatisé in 1996.
All the branches have a name starting with “T”.
- T-COM, covering the network of conventional telephone
- T-Mobile, for the Mobile phone
- T-Online, for the Internet
- T-Systems, for the large customers of business, also including/understanding the department of research and development (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories).
Deutsche Telekom holds also substantial interests in other companies of telephone, in particular in the countries of Eastern Europe as as Slovakia, Hungary and Croatia, who from now on are completely consolidated in T-COM.
It paid very expensive the license for UMTS. March 10th, 2003, she announced an annual loss of 24,6 billion euros due to the depreciation of intangible credits.
October 8th, 2004, DTAG announced an buyout offer of the 26.07% remainder of the actions of T-Online at the price of the purse of 8,99 euros, that is to say one the third of the selling price during the introduction in 2000.
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