Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

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Following the collapse of its proposed deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, it seems Deutsche Telekom could sell off its UK interests. According to a report from Bloomberg Business Week, the company is considering the sale of its stake in UK firm Everything Everywhere, which it jointly owns with...
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