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Deutsche Telekom mobile phone division T-Mobile USA has agreed to buy SunCom Wireless Holdings for about $1.6 billion, the companies said on Monday.
Deutsche Telekom has clinched an exclusive deal with Apple Inc to sell the coveted iPhone in Germany, an industry source told Reuters. The deal will be announced next week, the source said.
NTP, which won a $612.5 million settlement from the maker of BlackBerry last year, has sued four of the top U.S. mobile service providers for infringing eight patents related to wireless e-mail.
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Deutsche Telekom will cut more jobs when a self-imposed moratorium expires at the end of 2008, the company said Wednesday.
Spanish-owned mobile phone operator O2 has yet to sign any deal to bring iPhone mobile phones -- Apple's latest "must-have" gadget -- to Britain.
EU regulators fined Spain's Telefonica 151 million euros ($205 million) on Wednesday, claiming the company unfairly squeezed rivals by setting wholesale Internet prices too high to allow them turn a profit.
France Telecom shares fell Monday after the French Finance Ministry said it plans to sell a stake in the company worth up to 3.7 billion euros ($5 billion) to cut public debt.
Germany's government is putting pressure on Deutsche Telekom's chief executive Rene Obermann to end a dispute with trade union ver.di over plans to outsource 50,000 jobs into a new company, Handelsblatt reported, citing sources.
Deutsche Telekom, facing its biggest strike in over a decade over planned cost cuts, reported a 5.8% drop in first-quarter core earnings on Thursday but said it was set to meet full-year targets.
Some 12,000 workers at Deutsche Telekom walked off the job Monday, protesting the telecommunications company's plan to reorganize its work force by transferring 50,000 staffers into separate units, union officials said.