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  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei shun clinching U.S. deal - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc (TMUS.O) and Sprint Corp (S.N) believe their foreign owners' offer to stop using Huawei Technologies equipment will help with the United States clearing their $26 billion merger deal, sources said, underscoring the lengths to which Washington has gone to shut out the Chinese company. Like all major U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint do not use Huawei equipment, but their majority owners, Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGn.DE) and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd (9984.T), respectively, use some Huawei gear in overseas markets.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see Huawei shun clinching U.S. deal - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp believe their foreign owners' offer to stop using Huawei Technologies equipment will help with the United States clearing their $26 billion merger deal, sources said, underscoring the lengths to which Washington has gone to shut out the Chinese company. Like all major U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile and Sprint do not use Huawei equipment, but their majority owners, Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG and Japan's SoftBank Group Ltd, respectively, use some Huawei gear in overseas markets.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect their merger to be approved by a U.S. national security panel as early as next week, after their respective parent companies said they would consider curbing their use of equipment from China's Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. U.S. government officials have been pressuring T-Mobile's German majority owner, Deutsche Telekom AG, to stop using Huawei equipment, the sources said, over concerns that Huawei is effectively controlled by the Chinese state and its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could enable cyber espionage, something which Huawei denies.

  • Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Exclusive: T-Mobile, Sprint see U.S. security approval for deal after Huawei concessions - sources

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc and Sprint Corp expect their merger to be approved by a U.S. national security panel as early as next week, after their respective parent companies said they would consider curbing their use of equipment from China's Huawei Technologies, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. U.S. government officials have been pressuring T-Mobile's German majority owner, Deutsche Telekom AG, to stop using Huawei equipment, the sources said, over concerns that Huawei is effectively controlled by the Chinese state and its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could enable cyber espionage, something which Huawei denies.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G

    FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - Huawei faces fresh challenges in Europe after Germany's Deutsche Telekom announced it would review its vendor strategy and Orange said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network in France. The shift by the national market leaders, both partly state owned, follows Huawei's exclusion on national security grounds by some U.S. allies, led by Australia, from building their fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks. U.S. officials have briefed allies that Huawei is ultimately at the beck and call of the Chinese state, while warning that its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could open them up to cyber espionage.

  • Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G
    Reuters13 hours ago

    Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G

    FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - Huawei [HWT.UL] faces fresh challenges in Europe after Germany's Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) announced it would review its vendor strategy and Orange (ORAN.PA) said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network in France. The shift by the national market leaders, both partly state owned, follows Huawei's exclusion on national security grounds by some U.S. allies, led by Australia, from building their fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks. U.S. officials have briefed allies that Huawei is ultimately at the beck and call of the Chinese state, while warning that its network equipment may contain "back doors" that could open them up to cyber espionage.

  • Air Hockey-Playing Robot Shows How Huawei Haunts T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal
    Bloomberg14 hours ago

    Air Hockey-Playing Robot Shows How Huawei Haunts T-Mobile’s Sprint Deal

    The presentation also illustrated the close ties between the companies that are emerging as an issue in T-Mobile US Inc.’s proposed purchase of SoftBank’s Sprint Corp. SoftBank’s network relies on Huawei technology. Critics of the deal say the arrest in Canada of a top Huawei executive shows the Chinese company isn’t to be trusted, and regulators should step up scrutiny of the $26.5 billion merger’s national security implications.

  • Deutsche Telekom to Review Purchases in Wake of Huawei Concern
    Bloomberg22 hours ago

    Deutsche Telekom to Review Purchases in Wake of Huawei Concern

    Bonn-based Deutsche Telekom already has a multi-vendor approach, sourcing equipment not just from China’s Huawei, but also from Ericsson AB, Nokia Oyj and Cisco Systems Inc., it said in an emailed response to questions on Thursday. “Nevertheless we are currently re-evaluating our procurement strategy,” the company said.

  • EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third
    Reutersyesterday

    EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third

    Europe's second-highest court on Thursday slashed an EU antitrust fine handed down to Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) four years ago by about a third to 19 million euros (17.09 million pounds), saying that EU regulators had erred in calculating the penalty. Deutsche Telekom welcomed the decision but said it was not convinced by all aspects of the judgment and would consider appealing to the European Court of Justice, the highest court in the European Union. Europe's largest telecoms provider and its Slovak Telekom unit were sanctioned by the European Commission in 2014 for squeezing out competitors by charging unfair wholesale prices in Slovakia.

  • EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third
    Reutersyesterday

    EU court cuts Deutsche Telekom antitrust fine by a third

    Europe's second-highest court on Thursday slashed an EU antitrust fine handed down to Deutsche Telekom four years ago by about a third to 19 million euros ($21.6 million), saying that EU regulators had erred in calculating the penalty. Deutsche Telekom welcomed the decision but said it was not convinced by all aspects of the judgment and would consider appealing to the European Court of Justice, the highest court in the European Union. Europe's largest telecoms provider and its Slovak Telekom unit were sanctioned by the European Commission in 2014 for squeezing out competitors by charging unfair wholesale prices in Slovakia.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 days ago

    [$$] Cellwize Gets Deutsche Telekom Backing for Leap to 5G Networks

    The Singapore-based company offers services used by mobile carriers to automate network operation. Cellwize said the new capital will help it to expand its global footprint and to support carriers upgrading to next-generation 5G wireless networks, which promise faster speeds globally. In 2015, Cellwize raised $14.5 million in a Series A round from Carmel Ventures and Vintage Investment Partners.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    EU mergers and takeovers (Nov 28)

    The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- Deutsche Telekom to acquire Swedish peer Tele2's Dutch unit and ...

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Analysis: Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe

    Telecoms companies and investors hoping that unconditional EU approval of Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) Dutch deal could signal a softer regulatory stance towards mergers in the sector would do well to be cautious. Shares in the European telecoms sector index (.SXKP) gained more than 3 percent on Monday after Reuters reported that the European Commission would clear Deutsche Telekom's deal without demanding any concessions unlike some major cases in recent years. Deutsche Telekom's shares gained as much as 2 percent on Monday while Tele2, which is selling its Dutch business, jumped 9 percent to a four-month high.

  • Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe
    Reuters17 days ago

    Telco mergers still a long-distance call in Europe

    Telecoms companies and investors hoping that unconditional EU approval of Deutsche Telekom's Dutch deal could signal a softer regulatory stance towards mergers in the sector would do well to be cautious. Shares in the European telecoms sector index gained more than 3 percent on Monday after Reuters reported that the European Commission would clear Deutsche Telekom's deal without demanding any concessions unlike some major cases in recent years. Deutsche Telekom's shares gained as much as 2 percent on Monday while Tele2, which is selling its Dutch business, jumped 9 percent to a four-month high.

  • Deutsche Telekom gains EU approval for Dutch Tele2 deal
    Reuters17 days ago

    Deutsche Telekom gains EU approval for Dutch Tele2 deal

    Deutsche Telekom secured unconditional EU antitrust approval on Tuesday for its bid to acquire Tele2's Dutch business, a move which may trigger a wave of consolidation in the industry as companies bet on a softer regulatory touch. The European Commission said its investigation showed that the deal posed no competition concerns. "After thoroughly analysing the specific role of T-Mobile NL and the smaller Tele2 NL in the Dutch retail mobile market, our investigation found that the proposed acquisition would not significantly change the prices or quality of mobile services for Dutch consumers," European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in a statement.

  • Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump
    Reuters18 days ago

    Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump

    Deutsche Telekom will win unconditional EU antitrust approval to buy Tele2's Dutch business, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, sending telecoms shares higher on hopes of more flexible regulation on consolidation. The European telecoms index spiked higher, with Tele2 shares jumping 9 percent for their best day in more than four months. The telecoms industry has long called on the European Commission to take a broader view of mergers aimed at boosting revenue and investment, as well as allowing it to compete better against internet rivals.

  • Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump
    Reuters18 days ago

    Exclusive: Deutsche Telekom to win EU nod for Dutch Tele2 deal, shares jump

    Deutsche Telekom will win unconditional EU antitrust approval to buy Tele2's Dutch business, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday, sending telecoms shares higher on hopes of more flexible regulation on consolidation. The European telecoms index spiked higher, with Tele2 shares jumping 9 percent for their best day in more than four months. The telecoms industry has long called on the European Commission to take a broader view of mergers aimed at boosting revenue and investment, as well as allowing it to compete better against internet rivals.

  • Reuters29 days ago

    Tele2 says Dutch business not viable before EU rules on Deutsche Telekom deal

    BARCELONA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Sweden's Tele2 (TEL2b.ST) said on Thursday its Dutch subsidiary was not viable as a standalone business, lending weight to a takeover by Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) business there that European regulators are due to rule on this month. KPN (KPN.AS) dominates the Dutch market, with a 43 percent share at the end of 2017, followed by a Vodafone (VOD.L) joint venture with Liberty Global (LBTYA.O), with 30.5 percent and Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile Nederland with 21 percent.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Talking Markets: Could BT and Deutsche Dial Up the Next Big Telecoms Deal?

    The FT’s market column Alphaville on Tuesday cited multiple market sources saying Deutsche had been working with advisors on a possible approach and that the pair had held “high-level discussions” recently. One analyst, speaking on condition of anonymity, described it as “garbage,” pointing to BT’s pension deficit as one of the reasons why Deutsche might think twice.

  • Deutsche Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf
    Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf

    The head of Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) warned that Europe's largest telecoms company could face a disaster in its home market if German politicians botch plans for fifth-generation mobile services. The comments from CEO Tim Hoettges came after Telekom raised its outlook for the third time this year as its U.S. unit T-Mobile (TMUS.O) led the way and all of its divisions increased third-quarter profits, including its struggling IT services arm. Germany's telecoms regulator is finalising terms for an auction of 5G mobile spectrum which it will present on Nov. 26.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom welcomes German cartel office move on Vodafone-Liberty

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) CEO Tim Hoettges welcomed a request by Germany's cartel office to rule on Vodafone's (VOD.L) proposed takeover of Liberty Global's (LBTYA.O) German unit, and reiterated his opposition to the deal. "I expressly welcome this," Hoettges said of the request regarding the deal, which is currently before European Union regulators in Brussels, siding with other German critics of the combination. Hoettges said the $26 billion takeover by Telekom's U.S. unit T-Mobile (TMUS.O) of Sprint Corp (S.N) was on track and he saw no reason to doubt that it would win regulatory approval, as expected, in the first half of 2019.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom welcomes German cartel office move on Vodafone-Liberty

    Deutsche Telekom CEO Tim Hoettges welcomed a request by Germany's cartel office to rule on Vodafone's proposed takeover of Liberty Global's German unit, and reiterated his opposition to the deal. "I expressly welcome this," Hoettges said of the request regarding the deal, which is currently before European Union regulators in Brussels, siding with other German critics of the combination. Hoettges said the $26 billion takeover by Telekom's U.S. unit T-Mobile of Sprint Corp was on track and he saw no reason to doubt that it would win regulatory approval, as expected, in the first half of 2019.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Deutsche Telekom Raises Guidance on Strong Earnings

    AG (DTE.XE) raised its pretax earnings and cash-flow guidance for 2018 on Thursday, citing customer growth and higher earnings across all its operating segments in the third quarter. The German telecommunications company booked a net profit of 1.11 billion euros ($1.37 billion) in the quarter, up from EUR507 million in the same period last year, when it incurred an impairment loss at its T-Systems corporate unit. Analysts had expected Deutsche Telekom to book a net profit of EUR1.37 billion, according to a FactSet-compiled consensus.

  • Reuterslast month

    D.Telekom warns of risk of 5G disaster on home turf

    The head of Deutsche Telekom warned that Europe's largest telecoms company could face a disaster in its home market if German politicians botch plans for fifth-generation mobile services. The comments from CEO Tim Hoettges came after Telekom raised its outlook for the third time this year as its U.S. unit T-Mobile led the way and all of its divisions increased third-quarter profits, including its struggling IT services arm. Germany's telecoms regulator is finalising terms for an auction of 5G mobile spectrum which it will present on Nov. 26.