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Below you can find the most important spectrum auctions we have participated in and the upcoming auctions we might consider participating.
T-Mobile US purchased rights to 31 MHz nationwide on average and will pay approximately $7.99 billion to the US government in exchange. The auction attracted total bids of more than $19 billion, of which $10 billion will be paid to the TV stations that originally owned the spectrum.
Winter 2014: AWS-3 Spectrum auction with 65MHz available (including 50MHz of paired spectrum and 15MHz of unpaired spectrum)
October 2014: 800/2600 MHz
Cosmote GR secured 2x10 MHz in 800; 2x30 MHz in 2600 and 1x20 MHz (unpaired) in 2600 for 135mn €.
September 2014: 800/900/1800/2600 MHz
Magyar Telekom secured 2x10 MHz in 800MHz; 2x30 MHz in 2600MHz; 2x2 MHz in 900MHz; 2x10 MHz in 1800MHz for ca. 188mn €.
August 2014: Renewal 1800 MHz licenses
T-Mobile Polska secured prolongation for the 900/1800 and paid 89mn €.
November 2013; 800 /1800 MHz and 2.6 GHz
T-Mobile Czech acquired 2x10 MHz in 800 MHz, 2x2 MHz in 1800 MHz and 2x20 MHz in 2.6 GHz FDD for a total price of 98mn €.
December 2012; Entire spectrum
T-Mobile Netherlands paid the least from big MNOs, but still 0.9bn €. TMNL has now the highest number of licenses in the key band ideal for 4G, the 1800 band.
October 2012: 1800 MHz
PTC (now T-Mobile Polska) secured further 2x10 in 1800MHz spectrum paying 108mn €.
Latest Investor Relations publications
First quarter 2018
On May 9, 2018 Deutsche Telekom published its financial results for the first quarter 2018.
Invitation and documents
Capital Markets Day 2015
Deutsche Telekom hosted the Capital Markets Day 2015 on February 26th and 27th at its headquarters in Bonn.
T-Mobile USA signed contract to acquire Sprint
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