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...
Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake
                                       

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