Hubertus Kischkewitz

Hubertus Kischkewitz

Corporate Blogger

As a journalist, Hubertus Kischkewitz, born 1957, is a latecomer. After his teaching degree, he worked as a freelancer for a regional newspaper in Bonn, which he later left as a local editor of an issue. Stations with his own press office and activities for various newspapers followed, finally he made a multi-year detour to the marketing of a tourist region. What remained was the curiosity of people in their working environment. He is looking for his stories and information on the spot - whether as a blogger touring the river Elbe or as a Telekom spokesman for the German federal state of Baden-Württemberg.

Articles by Hubertus Kischkewitz

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Installation of a cell tower.

Media

Deutsche Telekom to build 1,000 new mobile base stations

Deutsche Telekom has reasserted its extensive build-out plans to further improve the mobile communications network in Bavaria. Telekom board member Dirk Wössner signs mobile communications pact. Special focus on “white spots”.

Image Mobile Network Expansion

Media

Deutsche Telekom commissions more than 200 new mobile base stations

Almost 200 new mobile base stations have now gone into service in Germany.This means more than 160,000 additional customers can now access Deutsche Telekom’s LTE network, bringing current population coverage up to 97.5 percent.

Gigabit-Region Stuttgart

Media

Fiber-optic upgrades to provide gigabit network in the Stuttgart Region

Extensive digitalization project approved for Stuttgart and five districts: Deutsche Telekom is investing a total of 1.1 billion euros in broadband expansion.

Roth Triathlon: Crossing the finish line

Blog.Telekom

Up close to triathletes with Deutsche Telekom

Triumphant in victory: Bart Aernouts has won the Roth long-distance triathlon. Many of his fans were able to follow his victory up close thanks to Deutsche Telekom.

The smart bikes are real eye-catchers everywhere.

Blog.Telekom

Connected bikes are gaining ground

Deutsche Telekom's solution is winning over increasing numbers of cycling fans.

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