DTE.DE - Deutsche Telekom AG

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
14.115
-0.100 (-0.703%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close14.215
Open14.220
Bid0.000 x 910400
Ask0.000 x 288200
Day's Range14.005 - 14.290
52 Week Range12.720 - 18.145
Volume13,422,598
Avg. Volume15,078,025
Market Cap67.217B
Beta0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)19.18
EPS (TTM)0.736
Earnings DateMay 9, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.65 (4.69%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-18
1y Target Est17.40
  • Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems to return to profit in 2020 - CEO
    Reutersyesterday

    Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems to return to profit in 2020 - CEO

    HANOVER, Germany (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems should return to profitability in 2020 as the company undergoes a digital makeover, new Chief Executive Adel Al-Saleh said on Monday at the ...

  • Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems to return to profit in 2020: CEO
    Reutersyesterday

    Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems to return to profit in 2020: CEO

    Deutsche Telekom unit T-Systems should return to profitability in 2020 as the company undergoes a digital makeover, new Chief Executive Adel Al-Saleh said on Monday at the Hannover Trade Fair. American ...

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] European telecoms bosses criticise Brussels’ digital reforms

    The heads of 30 of the largest telecoms and network technology suppliers have written to European politicians to express “deep concern” over plans to overhaul the laws that govern the digital communications sector. The European Commission outlined proposals for a more investor-friendly regime under a ‘Digital Single Market’ two years ago, which had been welcomed by telecoms companies given a loosening of some rules to encourage investment.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] European telecoms: crossed wires over Vodafone-Liberty deal

    The US telecoms market is dominated by four companies, China’s by three . But Europe’s fragmented industry still has more than 100 local players. The prospect of forging a European telecoms champion has ...

  • Benzinga5 days ago

    For Sprint, M&A Talks With T-Mobile Outweigh 'Rocky Fundamentals,' Macquarie Says In Upgrade

    The on-again, off-again merger talks between Sprint Corp (NYSE: S ) and T-Mobile Us Inc (NASDAQ: TMUS ) are back on again, according to The Wall Street Journal — which prompted Macquarie Capital to drop ...

  • T-Mobile to pay $40 million over false ring tones on rural U.S. calls
    Reuters8 days ago

    T-Mobile to pay $40 million over false ring tones on rural U.S. calls

    T-Mobile USA Inc (TMUS.O) agreed to pay $40 million on Monday to resolve government claims that it failed to fix problems completing phone calls in rural areas and used false ring tones, which are banned, to give the impression faulty calls were actually getting through, the Federal Communications Commission said. T-Mobile, a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGn.DE), agreed to changes and acknowledged that false ring tones were used on hundreds of millions of long-distance rural calls in violation of FCC rules.

  • T-Mobile to pay $40 million over false ring tones on rural U.S. calls
    Reuters8 days ago

    T-Mobile to pay $40 million over false ring tones on rural U.S. calls

    T-Mobile USA Inc (TMUS.O) agreed to pay $40 million on Monday to resolve government claims that it failed to fix problems completing phone calls in rural areas and used false ring tones, which are banned, to give the impression faulty calls were actually getting through, the Federal Communications Commission said. T-Mobile, a unit of Deutsche Telekom AG (DTEGn.DE), agreed to changes and acknowledged that false ring tones were used on hundreds of millions of long-distance rural calls in violation of FCC rules.

  • D.Telekom strikes pay deal; German public sector strikes continue
    Reuters12 days ago

    D.Telekom strikes pay deal; German public sector strikes continue

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) and services union Verdi have agreed to raise wages for 62,000 German staff by up to 5.2 percent, in two stages through to March 2020, they both said on Thursday. The deal, agreed in a fourth round of talks, came after an escalating series of one-day walkouts by staff at Europe's largest telecoms company that coincided with industrial action by public sector workers also represented by Verdi. Most Deutsche Telekom staff will receive a pay rise of 3.1 percent on May 1, followed by a 2.1 percent increase a year later.

  • Flightglobal13 days ago

    AIX: Inmarsat EAN service readies for commercial launch

    Inmarsat and Deutsche Telekom s new hybrid European Aviation Network (EAN) has its own stand for the first time, where visitors are invited to experience first-hand a service which its developers believe is about to transform Europe s in-flight connectivity market.

  • Sprint-T-Mobile merger talks back on, control key - sources
    Reuters13 days ago

    Sprint-T-Mobile merger talks back on, control key - sources

    The combined company would have more than 127 million customers and could create more formidable competition for the No.1 and No.2 wireless players, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc, amid a race to expand offerings in 5G, the next generation of wireless technology. Since then, Sprint's shares have lost more than a fifth of their value amid questions about how the company can compete effectively under the weight of its long-term debt of more than $32 billion (£22.5 billion). Sprint's majority owner, SoftBank Group Corp, has been looking to trim its debt, which reached 15.8 trillion yen (£104 billion) as of the end of December.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Sprint-T-Mobile merger talks back on, control key -sources

    Sprint Corp has restarted talks to merge with T-Mobile US Inc, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, the latest effort to bring together the fourth and third largest U.S. wireless carriers. The combined company would have more than 127 million customers and could create more formidable competition for the No.1 and No.2 wireless players, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc, amid a race to expand offerings in 5G, the next generation of wireless technology.

  • Sprint Surges On T-Mobile Merger Talks, Cell Tower Stocks Fall
    Investor's Business Daily14 days ago

    Sprint Surges On T-Mobile Merger Talks, Cell Tower Stocks Fall

    Sprint shares surged by double digit percentages after a report said the Softbank-controlled company has restarted merger talks with T-Mobile U.S. once again.

  • Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Chased by East European Tycoon
    Bloomberglast month

    Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Chased by East European Tycoon

    To get a picture of how PPF Group NV’s arrival might shake up the telecommunications markets in Hungary and the Balkans, look at what it did in the Czech Republic.

  • Union rejects Deutsche Telekom pay offer
    Reuterslast month

    Union rejects Deutsche Telekom pay offer

    Deutsche Telekom's (DTEGn.DE) proposed pay deal for 55,000 of its workers in Germany was rejected as inadequate by the Verdi services union on Thursday. Earlier in the day, the telecoms group had offered salaried staff a 2 percent raise on July 1 with a further pay increase of 1.7 percent on March 1, 2019. "With this offer of a significant raise we are underlining our willingness to reach an agreement at the negotiating table," head of personnel Simone Thiaener said in a statement.

  • Reuterslast month

    Deutsche Telekom to buy additional five percent stake in Greece's OTE Telecom

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) will acquire an additional 5 percent stake in Greece's biggest telecom operator OTE (OTEr.AT) for 284 million euros (£247.85 million), after a tender to sell the shares drew no bids. OTE, the former national monopoly, is 40 percent owned and managed by Deutsche Telekom. Athens invited the German company to exercise its right of first refusal to buy the shares after a tender to sell a 5 percent stake last month as part of Greece's international bailout attracted no interest.

  • Reuterslast month

    New CEO of Deutsche Telekom's IT arm gives himself 1-2 years for turnaround

    The new CEO of Germany's T-Systems, the struggling IT services arm of Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE), is a man in a hurry, giving himself just 1-2 years to change the business's fortunes. Since taking over on Jan. 1, American Adel Al-Saleh has already restructured the sales team and is creating a digital unit at the 7 billion euro ($8.6 billion) company to help clients better utilise cloud services, run networks of connected devices and optimise data security. T-Systems has for years been the problem child of Europe's largest telecoms group, which like rivals BT (BT.L) and Orange (ORAN.PA) has struggled to find a way to revive an old-style IT outsourcing model that relies too heavily on big clients.

  • Moody'slast month

    Inmarsat Finance plc -- Moody's downgrades Inmarsat's CFR to Ba2 from Ba1; outlook stable

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today downgraded Inmarsat plc's ("Inmarsat") Corporate Family Rating (CFR) to Ba2 from Ba1 and its Probability of Default Rating (PDR) to Ba2-PD ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Internet tycoon challenges D.Telekom to team up on German broadband

    The billionaire founder of United Internet has urged internet providers to found a joint company to build out Germany's high-speed broadband network, challenging market leader Deutsche Telekom to back the venture. Ralph Dommermuth said industry should take the lead on laying the glass fibre network in Germany, where just 2.5 percent of households are directly hooked up to such ultra-fast connections - less than in other developed nations. Responding, Deutsche Telekom said Dommermuth's proposals had come months after it and half a dozen other companies had already proposed teaming up to build out Germany's glass-fibre network.

  • Reuterslast month

    Internet tycoon challenges Deutsche Telekom to team up on German broadband

    The billionaire founder of United Internet has urged internet providers to found a joint company to build out Germany's high-speed broadband network, challenging market leader Deutsche Telekom to back the venture. Ralph Dommermuth said industry should take the lead on laying the glass fiber network in Germany, where just 2.5 percent of households are directly hooked up to such ultra-fast connections - less than in other developed nations. Responding, Deutsche Telekom said Dommermuth's proposals had come months after it and half a dozen other companies had already proposed teaming up to build out Germany's glass-fiber network.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Labour union calls strike at Deutsche Telekom over pay

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German labour union Verdi called targeted strikes for some workers at Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) from Friday after a second round of talks failed to produce a wage offer from management. ...

  • Deutsche Telekom's Nemat Says 5G Is an Entirely New Business Model
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's Nemat Says 5G Is an Entirely New Business Model

    Claudia Nemat, board member for technology and innovation at Deutsche Telekom, discusses the future of European telecom including 5G technology. She speaks with Anna Edwards and Matt Miller on “Bloomberg ...

  • Where Mobile Data Costs More
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Where Mobile Data Costs More

    German mobile-phone users are paying over the odds for unlimited data

  • Reuters2 months ago

    D.Telekom launches new all-you-can-eat mobile deal in Germany

    Deutsche Telekom launched its first all-you-can-eat mobile tariff in its home market Germany on Tuesday, as it seeks to raise revenues per user that are around half the level of its successful U.S. unit T-Mobile. The new MagentaMobil XL package, priced at 79.95 euros a month, includes unlimited high-speed data for surfing and streaming within Germany, and 23 gigabytes of data for roaming across the European Union. "We are growing in mobile and we are building our market leadership by sales volume," Telekom's new Germany head Dirk Woessner told reporters.

  • Deutsche Telekom's Nemat Says 5G Is an Entirely New Business Model
    Bloomberg Video2 months ago

    Deutsche Telekom's Nemat Says 5G Is an Entirely New Business Model

    Mar.08 -- Claudia Nemat, board member for technology and innovation at Deutsche Telekom, discusses the future of European telecom including 5G technology. She speaks with Anna Edwards and Matt Miller on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”