Locked content T-Mobile will offer new services to B2B

Telecommunication business entered in the stabilization phase, and selling SIM cards is no longer a big deal. This is why T-Mobile Polska wants to develop new services in the B2B segment, which offers a bigger potential, T-Mobile CEO Andreas Maierhofer told ISBnews. “We have consolidated the offer f...

Locked content T-Mobile Q4 EBITDA drops

Telecom operator T-Mobile Polska had a PLN 450 million EBITDA in Q4, a 24.9 percent y/y decline. The result was affected by the abolition of the roaming fees across the EU, without it, the Q4 EBITDA would be down by 17.6 percent y/y. T-Mobile revenue amounted to PLN 1.66 billion in Q4, and PLN 6.42&...

Locked content Orange and T-Mobile sign preliminary fiber optics deal

WSE-listed telecom Orange Polska has signed a letter of intent with its peer T-Mobile Poland to grant it access to fiber optic network for bitstream access (BSA), the company said in a market filing. The letter is valid till June 30, 2018, and if signed by both sides it would lead to Orange offering...

Locked content T-Mobile with PLN 1.6 bln revenue

Telecom T-Mobile Polska generated PLN 1.6 billion in revenue in the third quarter of 2017 (down by 1.2 percent y/y), the operator said. Consolidated EBITDA stood at PLN 375 million. The company had 10.29 million customers at the end of Q3. The subscriber base amounted to 6.79 million, while there we...

Locked content T-Mobile expects new internet offer to be important for growth

T-Mobile Poland will offer unlimited, domestic mobile internet, available throughout Poland from September 13, informed board member Frederic Perron. According to Perron, the product will be an important component of the company’s growth in the coming year. “What we decided to introduce is unl...

Locked content T-Mobile Polska with PLN 525 mln Q2 EBITDA

Telecom operator T-Mobile Polska had a PLN 525 million EBITDA in Q2, a 4.6 percent y/y decline, and PLN 1.59 billion in comparable revenue (2.3 percent y/y increase). According to the company’s CFO Szabolcs Gaborjani the drop in EBITDA was due to “a series of variable costs, including equipment cost...

Locked content Deutsche Telekom won’t sell T-Mobile Polska

German telecom group Deutsche Telekom has no plans to sell its Polish subsidiary T-Mobile Polska, company’s CEO Andreas Maierhofer said. “T-Mobile Polska customers represent 20 percent of Deutsche Telekom’s European customer base. I would not be here if the owner was thinking of selling the company....

Locked content T-Mobile Polska with new CEO

Telecom operator T-Mobile Polska’s current CEO Adam Sawicki will step down from his post as of March 31. He will be replaced by Austrian Andreas Maierhover, who currently helms Telekom Macedonia. The other change in personnel concerns the member of the management board responsible for private market...

Locked content T-Mobile Polska EBIDTA down

T-Mobile Polska, Polish unit of the German telecommunication giant, had a 0.5 percent y/y drop in Q4 adjusted EBITDA to PLN 598 million, while its revenue grew by 4.8 percent y/y to PLN 1.72 billion T-Mobile said. At end-2016, the company had PLN 6.49 billion revenue (0.5 percent increase y/y) and P...