Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY) To Focus On Infrastructure


Dallas, Texas 01/09/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY) the European wireless communications giant which  own T-Mobile in the US has been on the fast-track growth lane, beginning Dec 2013. According to an official brief from the company to analysts, Deustche will now focus entirely on improving infrastructure and major technology upgrade, particularly in Germany. It has begun full-swing operation in establishing LTE network, besides integration of optical fiber, vector technology as well as fixed network framework. The company also holds that currently the Broadband market and the smartphone market need higher focus for development.

Germany the focus of next connectivity progress

Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY) announced an adjustment to its last dividend payout to keep aligned with the overall high-intense investments to happen over the next three years to fetch higher market share and earnings.

Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY)  plans include providing 150 Mbps of data speed to 85% of the population, 65% of the country’s consumers will also receive optic fiber connectivity, in an effort to take the headon competition that cable networks are already providing. It will also rely on LTE and vectoring to achieve 200 Mb per second and higher in the near future. As these technology infrastructure processes fall into place, the company is expected to see high revenue earnings in 2014.

Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY), the Germany based telecommunications as well as information technology service provider holds strategic market base not just in its native Deutschland but across the world as well. The company operates through a host of subsidiaries and serves nearly 132 million customers spread in four categories in Germany, USA, Europe and a fourth Systems Solutions & Group Headquarters services.

Forward growth

Deutsche Telekom AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:DTEGY) wants to be the company which will drive mobile services in Germany at the off-set and eventually the world market. It’s infrastructure will now allow it move from the fixed-line services and move to mobile services as well as connected home markets.