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T-Mobile breaks records, DT breaks bandwidth

Deutsche Telekom’s familiarly reticent results do not paint a picture of an operator currently in the throngs of opposing a mega deal after regulators recently green lighted the deal for Vodafone to buy Liberty Global’s cable assets. Nor does its second quarter filing make much hoo-ha about the M&A activity across the Atlantic with its US MNO subsidiary merging with Sprint in a market-altering deal. The German giant’s Q2 results do, however, show a European video business which performed steadily in the second quarter with subscriber gains totaling 64,000, of which 58,000 came in its native Germany where its footprint grew to 3.48 million MagentaTV customers. Deutsche Telekom put progress in its broadband and TV operations down to the large-scale…

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