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  • d
    Great time to sell TMUS and put proceeds in DTEGY. DTEGY owns 48.4% of TMUS 60.46 million shares 60.46m X TMUS $144=$87 B of TMUS stock DTEGY has 4.97 B shares outstanding x DTEGY $18.63= $92.59 Billion market cap. So u are getting all of DTEGY in Europe and Asia for $5.59 billion ridiculously cheap as it is worth multiples of that their business in Europe and Asia they are 2nd or 3rd largest telecom in Europe. The huge selloff in the Euro is giving you a fantastic chance to buy DTEGY as it is priced in Dollars and getting the European and Asian business for almost nothing. Sell TMUS and put money in DTEGY as it is same thing with a great bonus.
  • d
    Hello, Does anybody know how many shares of TMUS does DTEGY now own and plan to own? TY Doug
  • P
    Does anyone know what's up with this stock??? Seems like it's tanking....
  • N
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀
  • S
    Deutsche Telekom aims for majority stake in T-Mobile US by 2024By Christiaan Hetzner, May 20, 2021 12:02 PM CDTDeutsche Telekom plans to secure the majority stake in U.S. wireless carrier T-Mobile by 2024 in order to help facilitate its expansion in Germany.The Bonn-based firm hopes surging profits at its previously fully owned subsidiary will finance the investments needed to connect millions of German households to the Internet via ultra-fast fiberglass networks.Chief Executive Tim H�ttges told reporters Deutsche Telekom had a number of tools at its disposal to raise its stake above the 43% it currently owns in T-Mobile. ?When exactly this will happen is something we?re keeping to ourselves, but we have until 2024,? he said on Thursday.In June that year, call options on Softbank's 8.6% stake in T-Mobile expire, giving Deutsche Telekom the right to purchase 44.9 million shares for a fixed price of $101.46 each, a discount of nearly 25% from T-Mobile's closing price on Wednesday. It can also acquire a further 56.6 million shares at the going market price. Management also said T-Mobile?s planned $60 billion share buyback between 2023 and 2025 would, over time, boost Deutsche Telekom's stake naturally.?We definitely want to get to 50% plus one share. More would always help though,? H�ttges said, adding that gaining clear control over the U.S. associate was his top priority. Expansion plansDeutsche Telekom plans to roll out fiberglass broadband internet to 10 million customers and cover virtually the entire country with 5G mobile networks by 2024.To achieve this, more than #$%$5.5 billion ($6.7 billion) in investment is earmarked for Germany this year alone, excluding any potential costs for buying spectrum.T-Mobile US is expected to help fund these costs thanks to $7.5 billion in annual synergies from its merger with Sprint, 25% more than forecast when the deal was completed in April last year. Deutsche Telekom once fully owned T-Mobile US but its holding was diluted when T-Mobile merged with MetroPCS Communications Inc. and listed on the New York Stock Exchange. T-Mobile's acquisition of Sprint further diluted Deutsche Telekom's stake.The German state still owns close to a third of Deutsche Telekom
  • H
    Deutsche Telekom Reported Revenue : 100 Billion Euro = 125 Billion USD
    With an Adjusted Ebitda of 12 Billion USD

    Valuation is about 90 Billions

    Dividend is 4 Percent per Year.

    So there is nothing to say about that Basics then

    Buy Buy Buy.

    Most undervalued Blue Chip of the World.
  • S
    Seems like a good way to get a small dividend, stabilize market volatility, and gain on upside potential from T-Mobile. Looks like a good play for a Roth IRA as Germany Telecoms don't get taxes on dividend payments.
  • G
    Solid Q2 results, profits in long uptrend and big discount relative on their major $TMUS ownership.
  • S
    Deutsche Telekom shares advance on earnings beat and raised guidance

    Deutsche Telekom (DTEGn.DE) raised its 2021 profit guidance on Wednesday after a strong showing by its businesses in the United States and Europe in the first quarter, with group revenue and core profit beating market estimates.

    Shares rallied by 2% on the results and guidance, which analysts said represented a show of strength at Deutsche Telekom's operations outside the United States despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

    “We are sustaining momentum and continuing our successful growth story,” said Chief Financial Officer Christian Illek. “Our customer numbers and key financial metrics are on track on both sides of the Atlantic.”

    Jefferies analyst Ulrich Rathe said the quarterly report "bodes well" for Deutsche Telekom's forthcoming capital markets presentation over May 20-21, when management is due to present new mid-term targets.

    Following raised guidance from U.S. business T-Mobile (TMUS.O), which has already reported results, Deutsche Telekom also nudged up the 2021 outlook for profit and cash flow at its European operations. read more

    It now expects group adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation after leases (EBITDA AL) to exceed 37 billion euros ($44.8 billion) and free cash flow after leases to exceed 8 billion euros.

    Previously core profit had been forecast at about 37 billion euros and free cash flow at around 8 billion euros.

    First-quarter revenue increased by 32.3% to 26.39 billion euros, beating consensus estimates of 25.595 billion euros in a poll of analysts published by the company.

    EBITDA AL rose 41.3% to 9.245 billion euros, also topping market expectations.

    After stripping out one-off gains from T-Mobile's acquisition of smaller U.S. rival Sprint, which closed a little more than a year ago, revenue grew by 7.1% in the quarter and adjusted EBITDA AL by 8.3% on an organic basis.

    The one-off effects will drop out of the equation from the second quarter.

    ($1 = 0.8251 euros)
  • S
    From Zacks Ratings:
    Deutsche Telekom AG: Headquartered in Bonn, Germany, Deutsche Telecom is one of the largest telecommunications service providers in Europe. In addition to its strong position in the domestic market, the company is likely to benefit from the accretive post-merger integration of T-Mobile US Inc. and Sprite in the United States in which it owns about 43%. The removal of forced cable TV access in multiple dwelling units in Germany through a telecom legislation is likely to help the company expand its broadband market. Moreover, an aggressive fiber rollout strategy across the country is likely to augment its domestic market hold. The Zacks Consensus Estimate for current-year earnings has been revised 23% upward over the past year. The stock carries a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) and has gained 38.8% in the past year.
  • S
    Closed my entire position last week at 21.06. Not interested in returning unless dividends payouts at least 2x per year. Made a quick $785 after fees/taxes on the trade. Will keep it on my watch list to follow any large downward movements - possibly buying the dips. GOOD solid company but small daily volume and history as an ADR too short for real comfort.
  • j
    Europe's first 5G data connection in a live network.
    Europe's first 5G data connection in a live network.
  • M
    Good idea, M. Gabelli recommendation in Barrons roundtable update.
  • S
    Polte Announces Collaboration with Deutsche Telekom to Drive Massive IoT Location Technology
    DALLAS and BONN, Germany, April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/

    Polte, innovator of Cloud Location over Cellular (C-LoC) technology, announces a collaboration with Deutsche Telekom (DT), the largest telecommunications company in Europe, to run large-scale customer pilots of the Polte Location API. DT aims to use Polte's patented technology to boost cellular positioning accuracy and enhance international user experiences with asset tracking. The project is currently in its commercial validation phase,
  • j
    DTEGY goes to 52-53% ownership of TMUS as part of SoftBank sell-down -- nice Un-Carrier value creation!
  • S
    Deutsche Telecom

    In the HR Factbook for the 2020 financial year, we have compiled all the key figures relating to Deutsche Telekom's employees.

    The HR Factbook bundles information about our organizational culture as well as the diversity, skills and performance potential of our workforce. You will also find information on management engagement, occupational health and safety. An overview of personnel costs and data on recruitment complete the comprehensive picture of our human resources work.

    Details on these topics are provided in the form of tables and diagrams, supplemented by short explanatory texts.
    Key metrics for 2020

    A total of 226, 291 employees work for Deutsche Telekom in 34 countries.
    An average full-time employee at Deutsche Telekom generated revenue of 452,000 euros in 2020.
    In total, a benefit of almost 70 million euros was generated with employee ideas.
    On average, our employees spent 3.4 days a year in further training.
    Group-wide, the employee satisfaction is 80 percent.
    The health rate is 95 percent.
  • R
    Yahoo is reporting a "forward dividend" that is double the "trailing dividend". Is that an error? The CEO talks about returning capital to shareholders, but only after 2 years out.
  • A
    Deutsch Telekom World 🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎🌎 National International Telekom World number one The US the UK Number one ISTE GBS FORBES IEEE ISTE GBS FORBES IEEE ISTE GBS FORBES IEEE ISTE GBS FORBES IEEE ISTE GBS FORBES IEEE IDP Nist Harvard business school Mentor CEO Vice Chancellor ! I love Deutsch Telecom ! World number one international Brand value strategy execution and marketing finance leadership !
  • S
    Deutsche Telekom increases capital at Romania services unit
    Monday 12 April 2021 | 16:23 CET | News
    Deutsche Telekom Services Europe Romania, the local service centre of the German operator, has increased its share capital by EUR 2 million to EUR 5 million through a cash contribution, writes
    The company is controlled by Deutsche Telekom Services Europe and Deutsche Telekom.
  • j
    planned sell-down of tmus from softbank major potential benefit to dtegy