Markus Jodl

Markus Jodl

Corporate Blogger

As a trainee at the marketing magazine "w&v" in 1997, he was in charge of the newly created "Multimedia" page. Later, at Bertelsmann and RTL, he supported to launch the first intranet. Since 2002 Markus is working for Deutsche Telekom. First as a spokesman for T-Mobile in Bavaria. At that time there was still a fight for every single cell tower. Currently, he is responsible for the communication of mobile and fixedline in Germany. The digital transformation has accompanied his entire professional life - and fascinates him. Markus is the father of three children and married to one woman.

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429,124 more households ready for 100 Mbit/s

Increased broadband speeds do not necessarily require network build-out, network restructuring can be just as effective.

200,000 additional households now have up to 100 Mbit/s.


200,000 additional households now have up to 100 Mbit/s

Deutsche Telekom’s network transformation is now running at full speed. An additional 200,000 households in some 50 German cities are profiting from this development.

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832,000 more households ready for 100 Mbit/s

Thanks to network modernization, 832,000 additional households are now benefiting from faster Internet access.

An additional 3.5 million German households gain faster Internet service


Faster Internet service for millions

Deutsche Telekom’s network upgrading project is moving full speed ahead. And nearly 50 German cities are profiting from this change.

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160,000 rural households surfing faster

DT is stepping up the broadband expansion in rural areas. Now that the first 423 nearshore areas (550 m around local exchanges) have gone live, approximately 160,000 households can enjoy download speeds of up to 100 Megabit per second (Mbit/s) and upload...