Deutsche Telekom

Deutsche Telekom will eventually own 51.5% of T-Mobile US

23/06/20 -"Softbank has eventually decided to accelerate the disposal of its stake in T-Mobile US. In the transactions, Deutsche Telekom will receive call options over c.8% of the capital of T-Mobile US. The ..."

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