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Tele Columbus upgrades download speeds to 150 Mbps for free

01 Sep 2014 17:37 CET | Germany

German cable network operator Tele Columbus has increased the maximum download speeds for its broadband services per 1 September of this year. The 32 Mbps tariff now offers ...

GMX, Web.de launch 2 Sim-only tariffs, 1 with LTE

01 Sep 2014 17:05 CET | Germany

United Internet subsidiaries GMX and Web.de have launched a new mobile tariff called All-Net Smart using the network of E-Plus. The tariff is available in two Sim-only ...

QSC wins major SAP contract from Dussmann 

01 Sep 2014 15:42 CET | Germany

The Dussmann Group contracted QSC to deploy its SAP HCM (Human Capital Management) human resources platform, including all consulting and integration activities. This ...

AGOF publishes glossary of technical terms

01 Sep 2014 12:29 CET | Germany

Online media research company AGOF said it has published a glossary of specialist terms on its website on the page http://www.agof.de/glossar/ and separately, has brought out ...

Rakuten plans German expansion, moves HQ to Berlin

01 Sep 2014 11:26 CET | Germany

Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten plans to expand rapidly in Germany in competition with Amazon and eBay, according to WirtschaftsWoche. Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani said ...

HelloMobile runs 2 special offers until 02 September

01 Sep 2014 11:08 CET | Germany

Drillisch brand HelloMobil is running two special offers until 18:00 hrs on 02 September. It is offering the All-in 500 plus tariff with 500 MB of internet usage at the top ...

Phonex runs limited time offers for 1 GB mobile tariffs

01 Sep 2014 10:54 CET | Germany

Phonex said it is running special offers for heavy mobile internet users, running until 18:00 hrs on 02 September. It is offering its All-in 1000 plus tariff for just EUR ...

Netflix plans to produce content in Germany

01 Sep 2014 10:41 CET | Germany

Netflix plans to produce its own content in Germany, said manager-magazin.de, citing sister publication Der Spiegel. Netlifx CEO Reed Hastings told Spiegel that the company ...

O2 Germany provides Guru workshops in branches

01 Sep 2014 10:22 CET | Germany

O2 Germany said it is providing what it calls O2 Guru workshops for the general public in selected branches free of charge. There are three smartphone courses aimed at ...

Deutsche Telekom says mid-size firms unsure on data security

01 Sep 2014 10:13 CET | Germany

Deutsche Telekom said its 2014 study of medium-sized businesses in Germany found that 31 percent of respondents did not know whether they were fulfilling legal requirements ...

7 percent of Germans store data exclusively in the cloud

01 Sep 2014 09:52 CET | Germany

About one in three internet users in Germany, or 36 percent, would consider storing all their information in the cloud in future, according to German technology association ...

Most German mobile users uninterested in bundling

01 Sep 2014 09:43 CET | Germany

More and more mobile devices are being sold online in Germany, according to the Deloitte Global Mobile Consumer Survey 2014, which polled 2,000 consumers in the country. ...

E-Plus takeover gets final clearance from EC

01 Sep 2014 09:42 CET | Germany

The European Commission has given final approval for KPN's sale of German mobile operator E-Plus to Telefonica Deutschland. The EC competition authorities agreed to ...

Turkcell ends German MVNO, transfers customers to DT

01 Sep 2014 08:59 CET | Germany

The wholesale traffic purchase agreement signed between Turkcell's subsidiary Turkcell Europe operating in Germany and Deutsche Telekom for five years in 2010 has been ...

Netflix gets smart TV apps in Germany

29 Aug 2014 13:00 CET | Germany

Netflix apps are being installed on Sony Bravia smart televisions and Blu-ray players in Germany as well as Samsung devices, according to website Digitalfernsehen.de. The ...

A&E TV channel to go on air in Germany on 22 September

29 Aug 2014 12:46 CET | Germany

A+E Television Networks will launch its A&E channel in Germany on 22 September, according to the website Digitalfernsehen.de. It will replace The Biography Channel and unlike ...

German court rules that e-books cannot be sold second hand

29 Aug 2014 11:36 CET | Germany

Electronic books may not be sold second hand or given as a gift, according to a ruling by Hamm Higher Regional Court, Teltarif.de reported. Readers are only buying the right ...

Baden-Wurttemberg sidesteps Berlin for EU broadband approval

29 Aug 2014 10:52 CET | Germany

The government of the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg said it expanding its second broadband initiative with amendments to make it fit for European Commission approval. The ...

Deutsche Telekom works to resolve VoIP outages

29 Aug 2014 10:32 CET | Germany

Deutsche Telekom was having problems with VoIP connectivity on 28 August, according to Teltarif.de. It cited the company as saying it was working to resolve the problems. It ...

Deutsche Telekom activates VDSL vectoring on first 20 grids

29 Aug 2014 10:22 CET | Germany

Deutsche Telekom has activated vectoring technology in the first 20 local networks in Germany, Teltarif.de reported, raising VDSL speeds to as fast as 100 Mbps for downloads ...

Unitymedia KabelBW adds TV channels in some states

28 Aug 2014 23:55 CET | Germany

Unitymedia KabelBW said it is expanding its channel line-up. From 02 September, it is adding Animal Planet HD and the standard definition (SD) channels Family TV, XITE and ...

Deutsche Telekom healthcare arm signs contracts

28 Aug 2014 23:48 CET | Germany, Switzerland

Deutsche Telekom said its Telekom Healthcare Solutions division has obtained a number of contracts in the months since it started up operations. The Catholic Clinic in ...

O2 offers triple data with Blue All-In till end-October

28 Aug 2014 23:26 CET | Germany

Telefonica Germany said it is offering double the data volume with its O2 Blue All-in tariffs from 01 September to young people up to the age of 25, as well as to pupils, ...

German HD cable TV viewing reaches 24% in Q2

28 Aug 2014 23:18 CET | Germany

Some 24 percent of cable television viewers in Germany watch privately owned broadcasters in HD, Kabel Deutschland said, citing the TNS Convergence Monitor 2014. This is an ...

Kabel Deutschland has more DSL clients than O2 on 30 June

28 Aug 2014 23:03 CET | Germany

Kabel Deutschland has overtaken O2 Germany in terms of DSL customer numbers, said DSL Web in its second quarter broadband report. Deutsche Telekom has plateaued at the top of ...

 

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