Surse: Romania va fi prima tara in care Cosmote devine T-Mobile

Joi, 3 Iulie 2008

Odata cu achizitia de catre Deutsche Telekom a 25% plus o actiune din OTE, germanii pregatesc schimbarea identitatii diviziei de telefonie mobila a grecilor, Cosmote, prima tara vizata fiind Romania, declara pentru BizCity surse apropiate grupului grec.

„In Romania, numele T-Mobile este deja cunoscut pe piata. Cosmote Romania va fi prima companie din grupul OTE care isi va schimba numele in T-Mobile", declara sursele.

Oficialii Cosmote Romania, contactati de BizCity, nu au comentat posibila schimbare de identitate.

T-Mobile International, divizia de telefonie mobila a Deutsche Telekom, ofera servicii in SUA, Marea Britanie, Olanda, Germania, Austria, Cehia, Ungaria, Croatia, Slovacia, Macedonia si Muntenegru.

„Schimbarea numelui ar putea dura pana la un an pe piata romaneasca", afirma sursele citate. Nivelul de constientizare a numelui T-Mobile si impactul pe care il are provenienta germana a unei companii intre utilizatorii romani sunt doua dintre motivele deciziei.

Divizia autohtona de telefonie mobila a OTE a mai trecut printr-un proces de schimbare a identitatii, dupa ce, in 2005, OTE a preluat controlul CosmoRom, in acel moment divizie a Romtelecom.

Cea de-a doua tara in care ar urma o consolidare a numelui T-Mobile este Macedonia, in care operatorul german detine pozitia de lider al pietei. OTE are deja activa divizia de telefonie mobila, Cosmofon, care urmeaza a fi inchisa, conform surselor, pentru a se evita o eventuala pozitie de monopol.

Deutsche Telekom a platit 3,2 miliarde euro pentru participatia in OTE. In urmatorii ani este posibil ca Grecia sa vanda Deutsche Telekom inca 15% din actiunile OTE.

OTE a numit in consiliul de conducere, la sfarsitul lunii iunie, pe directorul financiar al Deutsche Telekom si pe directorul executiv al T-Mobile International. Cei doi vor ocupa pozitii fara atributii executive in consiliul OTE.

Grupul grec are active divizii de telefonie mobila in Grecia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania si Macedonia.

In Romania, OTE furnizeaza servicii de telefonie mobila prin subsidiara Cosmote si este actionar majoritar la Romtelecom, cu 54% din capital.

Cosmote Romania a inregistrat pierderi operationale de 25,8 milioane euro in primul trimestru din 2008, in crestere cu 33% fata de perioada similara a anului trecut.

Operatorul de telefonie mobila a ajuns la 4,23 milioane de clienti la sfarsitul primului trimestru, in crestere cu 128% fata de perioada similara din 2007.

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  • magu / Luni, 31 Ianuarie 2011, ora 00:25

    I-a uitati-va ce am gasit pe net despre T-mobile.
    Pe o harta de pe net, t-mobile apare la aria de acoperire ca fiind deja prezent. Ce spuneti despre asta? Oare la 1 martie 2011 se va rebrendui cosmote? Atasat Harta.

    Deutsche Telekom AG (abbreviated DTAG, English: German Telecom, FWB: DTE) is a telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is the largest telecommunications company in Europe. Deutsche Telekom was formed in 1996 as the former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Bundespost was privatized. As of June 2008, the German government still holds a 15% stake in company stock directly, and another 17% through the government bank KfW.

    The former CEO Kai-Uwe Ricke was ousted by the board of the company because of slumping sales and the flight of customers to cheaper competitors. More than 1.5 million customers changed to rival companies during 2005 and 2006 and as a result, Deutsche Telekom laid off more than 30,000 workers.[2] The new CEO was announced on November 12, 2006 after a long-night board session: René Obermann, the former CEO of T-Mobile International.[3]

    The predecessor of Ricke, Ron Sommer, chairman of Deutsche Telekom between 1995 and 2002, was ousted because of the drop in the share price of the company in 2002.[4] At the height of the dot-com bubble, the share was valued at over €100 but fell significantly to about €12/share during a couple of months.[4] Sommer said that "he had some opinion-based difficulties between him and board of the Telekom".

    As part of the Deutsche Telekom eavesdropping controversy, charges were filed against the company for allegedly abusing call data to snoop on supervisory board members and journalists.[5][6][7] In October 2008 the company confirmed that personal information of 17 million mobile phone customers had been copied.[8][9]

    Contents [hide]
    1 Holdings
    2 Facilities
    2.1 TV Towers/Telecommunication towers
    2.2 Guyed masts for FM, directional radio and TV
    2.3 Transmission facilities for long- and mediumwave
    2.4 Transmitters for non-broadcasting use
    2.5 Transmission facilities for shortwave
    2.6 Aerial testing sites
    2.7 Facilities for satellite communication
    2.8 Acquisitions
    3 Music in Television Advertisements
    3.1 List of Songs
    4 References
    5 External links

    [edit] Holdings
    Deutsche Telekom world locationsAll subsidiaries of Deutsche Telekom have names starting with "T-".

    T-Home (formerly T-Com), a legacy telephone and fixed network carrier and IPTV operator
    T-Online, an internet service provider (ISP)
    T-Mobile, a mobile phone provider
    T-Systems, a business division focused on providing services to large customers
    A new Group structure was introduced on January 1, 2005, Deutsche Telekom has merged the two organizational business units of T-Com and T-Online into the Broadband/Fixed Network (BBFN) strategic business area. With around 40 million narrowband lines, over 9 million broadband lines and 14 million registered Internet customers, the Broadband/Fixed Network business area is one of the largest providers in Europe. R&D is now driven by Deutsche Telekom Laboratories (T-Labs).

    Deutsche Telekom also holds substantial shares in other telecom companies, including Central European subsidiaries Slovak Telekom (Slovakia), Magyar Telekom (Hungary), and T-Hrvatski Telekom (Croatia), which are now fully consolidated into T-Com/T-Home. Furthermore, Magyar Telekom holds majority shares in Combridge (Romania), Makedonski Telekom (Macedonia), and T-Crnogorski Telekom (Montenegro) all of which have also been rebranded and included under the T-Com/T-Home umbrella.

    On September 8, 2009 Orange and T-Mobile parent Deutsche Telekom announced they were in advanced talks to merge their UK operations to create the largest mobile operator with 37% of the market. It is unclear the future of either brand when such deal is completed in November 2009.[10]
  • gheroghe / Sambata, 27 Septembrie 2014, ora 11:30
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