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Deutsche Telekom: Fixed and mobile networks are becoming one

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Deutsche Telekom is bringing fixed and mobile networks together, making it Germany's first integrated telecommunications provider.

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With the MagentaEINS portfolio presented at IFA 2014 today, the company is launching packages that unify the fixed and mobile networks. Customers get everything from a single source, telephony, Internet and television, whether at home or on the go. The new MagentaEINS packages are based on uniform logic, consisting of S, M and L packages, and giving customers many advantages.

"Everything we do, we do with a focus on our customers. That's why we want to become simpler, better and more integrated," says Niek Jan van Damme, the member of the Management Board at Deutsche Telekom responsible for business in Germany.

"And now we've succeeded in doing just that: With MagentaEINS, customers get fixed and mobile networks from a single source. In the future, customers can choose from a modular system that follows the S, M, and L logic.

"The S package lets new customers get started in the new world of integrated packages for less than EUR 50 a month. This gives them a flat rate for mobile and fixed-network telephony, a text flat rate and a high-speed Internet connection of up to 16 Mbps in the fixed network.

"When on the go, they always surf at the maximum available speed in Deutsche Telekom's high-speed LTE network, with up to 150 Mbps. Customers always surf in the best Deutsche Telekom network. New customers can get the L version of the all-inclusive package for only around EUR 70 a month, which includes surfing at home at up to 100 Mbps, LTE on the go with up to 150 Mbps, and text and phone flat rates for at home and on the go, including the Entertain Premium TV package with 47 HD channels."


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