Key statistical data for the Deutsche Telekom Group.
Here you can find information about our mid and long-term Group development based on customer and telephony connection figures.
a The total was calculated on the basis of precise figures and rounded to millions. Percentages calculated on the basis of figures shown.
b Lines in operation. Table includes broadband and narrowband lines (Germany, Eastern and Western Europe). Prior-year comparatives have been adjusted.
c Broadband lines excluding lines for internal use.
d Definition of retail: Sale of broadband lines based on DSL technology to alternative providers outside the Deutsche Telekom Group.
e Covering customers with broadband lines inclusive of cable customers at Magyar Telekom and customers on proprietary networks in Western Europe. Prior-year comparatives have been adjusted.
f Customers with a billing relationship include customers in Germany, Eastern and Western Europe. Eastern Europe includes Magyar Telekom, T-Hrvatski Telekom, and Slovak Telekom; Western Europe includes T-Online Spain (Ya.com) and T-Online France (Club Internet). Prior-year comparatives have been adjusted.
g Telephone lines excluding internal use and public telecommunications, including wholesale services.
h Subscriber-line figures are recorded including Magyar Telekom’s subsidiary MakTel and Telekom Montenegro (Crnogorski Telekom as of September 26, 2006).
i Magyar Telekom figures include PAYG customers (in both narrowband and broadband subscriber-line figures).
j Total calculated on the basis of customers (broadband and narrowband rates) in Germany, in Western and Eastern Europe with a billing relationship and PAYG (pay as you go).
k Iskon Internet d.d. consolidated through T-Hrvatski Telekom from June 1, 2006.
l Including Virgin Mobile.
m tele.ring included for the first time in the second quarter of 2006.
n Customers included for the first time in the fourth quarter of 2006.
o “Other” includes T-Mobile Macedonia (formerly MobiMak) and T-Mobile Crna Gora Montenegro (formerly MONET). MONET included for the first time in the second quarter of 2005.
p Ratio of average number of hours billed to maximum possible hours billed per period.
q Million instructions per second.
* The total was calculated on the basis of precise figures and rounded to millions.