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Deutsche Telekom Will Consider 'Any Partner' for T-Mobile

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May 21, 2015, 6:44 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Deutsche Telekom executives today indicated they are still weighing the best path forward for T-Mobile US, especially when it comes to improving profitability. "It is our duty to go on improving the return on T-Mobile US," said CEO Tim Hoettges. "If we find a partner who will help us to do so, we will obviously consider it." Deutsche Telekom owns 66% of T-Mobile US and last year attempted sell the company to Japan's SoftBank. T-Mobile has gained more than 8 million customers in the last year, but has done so at considerable expense. Deutsche Telekom said it is under no pressure to sell T-Mobile, but the German company is making it clear that it is open to suggestions.

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May 21, 2015, 11:00 PM

Under no pressure

But for the past what, 7 or 8 years, they've done nothing but look for ways out.
And yet the one thing they seem unwilling or unable to do, which totally would turn T-Mobile around is start investing seriously in building out its network. There are tons of people all over the country who would be willing to give T-Mobile a try b...
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