e-mail available now on every Internet-capable cell phone

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  • Access Deutsche Telekom's e-mail center from on the road
  • Send and receive e-mail and access contact data anywhere, any time
  • Save file attachments directly on the cell phone or at the Media Center and send files on the cell phone or Media Center as file attachments

e-mail is now even easier to use on Internet-capable cell phones and offers the right solution for all your needs: Users of Deutsche Telekom's e-mail services can now access the e-mail center through their cell phone browsers. They can also use the e-mail programs on their cell phones to send and receive messages, using standard protocols such as POP3 or IMAP and SMTP.

Deutsche Telekom's e-mail center - now accessible via browser on any Internet-capable cell phone Deutsche Telekom's popular e-mail center is now available in a streamlined version designed specifically for mobile browsers and Internet-capable cell phones. Users benefit from the new design and improved usability. They can send and receive e-mails and access their contact data anywhere and anytime at The mobile e-mail center also features enhanced functions free of charge: users can save file attachments directly on their cell phones or in the Media Center. Similarly, they can also attach content from their cell phone memory or the Media Center to outgoing e-mails. Mobile communications via cell phone e-mail - easily and conveniently with e-mail Never miss another message: if you want to use your cell phone for e-mail communications, Deutsche Telekom has the right solution for you. E-mail clients come preinstalled on many Internet-capable cell phones. Messages are downloaded to the e-mail program on the cell phone, where they can be read and edited even after the Internet connection is closed. E-mail sending and receipt employ standard protocols, such as POP3 or IMAP and STMP. The IMAP protocol is especially useful for people who want to read and send e-mails on multiple devices: users always see the same version of their mailboxes, regardless of the device used, since all messages are stored on a central e-mail server. Even custom folder structures that users have defined can be displayed on any device with IMAP. When users retrieve their electronic messages, no matter through which medium - the mobile e-mail client on the cell phone or from a laptop through the e-mail center - the e-mail folders and their contents are always displayed identically. IMAP provides perfect support for using e-mail on multiple devices and Deutsche Telekom is one of the first providers in the German market to provide IMAP to all its users free of charge. Communication without limits - with e-mail by Deutsche Telekom. Whether on a cell phone, on the PC or – for Entertain customers - even on a TV set, e-mail is always available. These e-mail services are available as a free-of-charge freemail offer or as part of the Internet rate. Other value-added functions, such as 20 GB additional storage for e-mails, photos, videos and files, high-quality spam protection and monthly SMS and MMS allotments are available as part of the e-mail package. This premium offer, for EUR 4.99/month, is already included in the Call & Surf Comfort Plus rate. T-Mobile offers a range of mobile telephony rates for every user combined with the matching cell phone - particularly the new iPhone 3GS.

About Deutsche Telekom AG Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies with over 150 million mobile customers, around 39 million fixed-network lines and approximately 17 million broadband lines (as of September 30, 2009). Its product brands are T-Home (fixed-network telephony, broadband Internet), T-Mobile (mobile communications), and T-Systems (ICT solutions). As an international Group with approximately 260,000 employees operating in around 50 countries worldwide (as of September 30, 2009), Deutsche Telekom generated more than half of its revenue - EUR 61.6 billion - outside of Germany in 2008.