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Internet On-the-Go

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Mobile data services by Deutsche Telekom make networked working on the move possible.


 

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The Android smartphone Pulse

Telephony and text messages have long since been »bread and butter« amongst mobile communications providers.These basic services form the core business and continue to be valued highly, yet have only limited opportunities for growth.

The current trend is for mobile Internet: Wireless data transmission over well-developed UTMS radio networks which offer flexibility for all conceivable applications at quick speeds promise significantly stronger growth rates. The Internet, in all of its facets, is assuming the role of the frontrunner.

This applies first and foremost for those who want to maintain private and business contacts at all times via web-based social networks. Not to mention to the use of the indispensible electronic communication medium of email on-the-go. The comfortable push-mail services automatically deliver the email messages, keeping the user up-to-date on everything.
Modern mobile communications technology makes the comfortable side of life even more widely available: the tried-and-true Telekom email centre is quickly and easily accessible on every Internet-cable mobile phone via the mobile browser. For example, file attachments can be saved directly on the mobile phone.

The Path to the Gigabit Society

Without a well-developed network, mobile surfing gets left behind. With the GRPS expansion EDGE, Telekom provides comprehensive coverage throughout Germany. This allows downloads at 220 kbit/s in nearly every location. The amount of data transmitted increased significantly in the last year. Smartphones are the driver of the »Mobile Internet«. Today, more than 43 per cent of all purchased mobile phones are smartphones. iPhone users generate up to 60 times more data traffic than average users. Mobile data traffic is exprected to increase by a factor of 60 by the year 2015. With its own apps, such as the Program Manager or the Media Centre, Telekom is accepting the challenge not only of being responsible for the provision of services, but to take advantage of the platforms for its own products.

LTE: mobile communication of the future

Mobile communication keeps getting faster: the new standard LTE (Long Term Evolution) allows for broadband transmissions four to five times faster than DSL. Until the end of 2012, Telekom will cover more than 2000 locations in Germany with the new transmission standard.

 


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Deutsche Telekom is one of the world‘s leading integrated telecommunications companies with over 129 million mobile customers, approximately 34 million fixed-network lines and more than 17 million broadband lines (as at December 31, 2011). The Group provides products and services for the fixed network, mobile communications, the Internet and IPTV for consumers, and ICT solutions for business customers and corporate customers. Deutsche Telekom is present in over 50 countries and has more than 235,000 employees worldwide. The Group generated revenues of EUR 58.7 billion in the 2011 financial year - almost half of it outside Germany (as at December 31, 2011).

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