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FTTH NL: T-Mobile offers 1 Gbps in The Hague, KPN starts work in Maarssen

2019-09-23 10:16:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) T-Mobile Netherlands has launched a 1 Gbps broadband service for the first residents to be connected to its FTTH network in The Hague. The Segbroek area is the first to be covered. The 1 Gbps plan is similar to what T-Mobile offers elsewhere at 750 Mbps. A triple-play package is available for the first months for EUR 32.50 and then will cost EUR 57.50. 

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Last week in telecoms: a bidder for Forthnet, Digi out of Hungarian 5G auction, Deutsche Telekom to integrate T-Mobile US

2019-09-23 07:00:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Our Eurpean Telecom Services index was up 1.2 percent for week 38, outperforming the EuroStoxx 50 (+0.6%). Forthnet, the Greek ISP, led as it gained 66 percent on takeover news. Altice Europe (+14%) and Tele2 (+7.0%) also did well. Iridium, down 16 percent, was the weakest stock. Year-to-date, our index is up 9.0 percent, far behind the EuroStoxx 50, which is up 19.0 percent.

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T-Mobile employees fear job cuts ahead of Sprint merger

2019-09-05 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

T-Mobile employees in the US have written to Tim Hoettges, CEO of the firm's parent company Deutsche Telekom, to seek assurances over their long-term job security after the firm's imminent merger with Sprint…read more on TotalTele.com »

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T-Mobile US relaunches Test Drive offer, starts campaign on 600 MHz network

2019-08-28 16:34:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) T-Mobile US is relaunching its Test Drive offer, allowing new customers to try out its network free for a longer 30 days free. Rather than using a second phone, they will receive a Coolpad Surf Device hotspot to test the network, including support for T-Mobile's new 600 MHz frequencies. The trial is limited to 30 days or 30 GB, whichever comes first, with no charge for the customer. 

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FCC set to pass T-Mobile, Sprint merger next month, as Pai gives his formal backing

2019-08-15 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

America's Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to officially give its approval for the proposed merger between T-Mobile and Sprint to go ahead, at the Commissions next meeting on the 26th September. FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, a long-time supporter of the deal…read more on TotalTele.com »

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