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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Even faster speeds for more two million connections.

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Even faster speeds for more two million connections

Deutsche Telekom is building faster internet connections for millions of customers. Over the last four weeks, Deutsche Telekom has been increasing connection speeds to up to 250 Mbit/s (megabits per second) for some two million lines.

IP Umstellung

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745,000 additional households receive up to 100 Mbit/s

More Internet bandwidth does not always require network expansion: More than 745,000 households in some 1,200 cities and communities in Germany can now surf much faster thanks to network transformation.

New mobile base stations

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Deutsche Telekom commissions almost 300 new mobile base stations

Deutsche Telekom is driving forward network expansion in Germany faster than any other company. It is doing so with fixed-network and mobile communications. In urban centers and rural areas.

20 million households with speeds up to 250 Mbit/s

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20 million households with speeds up to 250 Mbit/s

In the last four weeks alone, Deutsche Telekom has provided faster lines to over 1.5 million households and business locations. There are 20 million such lines now in place, allowing customers to surf the internet at up to 250 MBit/s.

Installation of optical fiber.

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Record year for fiber-optic expansion

Deutsche Telekom is driving the broadband expansion in Germany forward faster than any other company.

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