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Now with even more – Deutsche Telekom's new mobile rate plans

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  • More data – including existing MagentaMobil customers once again
  • EU roaming free of charge in all MagentaMobil rate plans
  • Including unlimited surfing on over a million HotSpots
  • Extras also included in all FamilyCards from 24.95 euros

Designed with customer needs in mind: in future, Deutsche Telekom will offer even more in the MagentaMobil S, M and L rate plans. New customers can surf with the integrated HotSpot flat rate free of charge, without limits and securely at more than a million access points throughout Germany. No other additional fees will be charged in the rest of the EU, either. With the new MagentaMobil offering, customers can also use the features of their rate plans to surf, make calls and send texts throughout the EU. Deutsche Telekom is also increasing the data volume once again.

"With our new mobile offerings, we are giving our customers exactly what they want: free WiFi, free EU roaming and much more data. This package, with its many advantages, is available only from Deutsche Telekom," says Michael Hagspihl, Head of Consumers at Telekom Deutschland. The new MagentaMobil rate plans will be launched on April 19, 2016 and will be available from EUR 34.95/month without a smartphone, from EUR 44.95/month with a smartphone and from EUR 54.95/month with top smartphone.

More data for everyone
Customers want more and more data, to use all the features on their smartphones – even the data-intensive ones – around the clock. To meet these demands, Deutsche Telekom is increasing the high-speed data in its MagentaMobil S, M and L rate plans. Under the starter plan, MagentaMobil S, high-speed data will double in future – from 500 MB to 1 GB. Customers can surf on their mobiles at up to 150 Mbit/s. Under MagentaMobil M, high-speed data will increase from 2 GB to 3 GB with 150 MBit/s. With MagentaMobil L, customers can surf at the maximum available LTE speed with more data – 6 GB instead of the previous 4 GB. Young people and students will continue to receive double data free of charge as a Friends advantage: up to 12 GB per month.

Loyalty is rewarded
Like last fall, existing customers will once again benefit from the increased data in MagentaMobil rate plans – without any additional costs, fully automatically and without having to take any action. "With this step, we want to thank our most loyal customers for their trust," continues Michael Hagspihl.

Seamless connections everywhere
The search for free WiFi is over. The MagentaMobil S, M and L rate plans will contain a HotSpot flat rate in future, which gives free, unlimited mobile Internet access to new customers. The closest Telekom HotSpot of more than one million in Germany is easy to locate and is activated automatically through the HotSpot Online Manager

Abroad just like at home
Currently, customers only rarely activate data roaming in the EU. With the new MagentaMobil rate plans, customers can now surf the web, make calls and send texts abroad without any worries. The same features as in Germany apply to all EU countries, including Switzerland. New and in addition to the existing All Inclusive option: In addition to calls from other EU countries to Germany, calls between two EU countries will also be free of charge in future. Another new feature is billing of data consumption in customer-friendly 1 KB increments.

Deutsche Telekom's new MagentaMobil rate plans are available to consumers and business customers starting April 19. The offer also applies to FamilyCards costing 24.95 euros per month and up.

For more information about MagentaMobil, visit: www.telekom.de/magenta-mobil

About Deutsche Telekom
Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with around 151 million mobile customers, 30 million fixed-network lines and more than 17 million broadband lines (as of December 31, 2014). The Group provides fixed-network, mobile communications, Internet and IPTV products and services for consumers, and ICT solutions for business customers and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in more than 50 countries and has approximately 228,000 employees worldwide. The Group generated revenues of 62.7 billion euros in the 2014 financial year – more than 60 percent of it outside Germany.

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