Deutsche Telekom is considering selling Dutch arm T-Mobile ‘




Deutsche Telekom would consider the Dutch branch of T-Mobile to divest, though there are still not taken a final decision. It is not yet known who will be interested in T-Mobile, but there is speculation about the parent company of Ziggo and UPC as a possible buyer.

T-Mobile logo The rumors are coming from Bloomberg, which typically is introduced well in terms of business news. According to the sources consulted Deutsche Telekom would need money to buy them on the market rate in the United States; the company is also actively with provider T-Mobile. To generate sufficient funds would be considered a sale of the Dutch branch. Deutsche Telekom, according to the sources of Bloomberg a bank taken in hand to accompany a possible sale.

There is no known acquisition cost, but T-Mobile is probably worth around 5 billion. Incidentally, it is not yet certain whether the Dutch provider actually hand made by Deutsche Telekom. It is also possible that the sale is canceled, according to Bloomberg. The German telecommunications giant declined to comment on the reports.

Bloomberg’s sources resulted not know whether there are companies that have presented themselves for the Dutch branch of T-Mobile. However, the site speculates about Liberty Global as a possible buyer, the parent company of cable operators Ziggo and UPC. Both daughter companies are already engaged in the provision of mobile telephony, but do not have their own network and are therefore dependent on other providers; currently uses the Vodafone network. With its own network would Liberty Global to strengthen itself through its brands Ziggo and UPC on the telecom market. It was recently reported that talks between Liberty Global and Vodafone for a partnership ceased, making searching it seems logical that the former alternatives.


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