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Germany: Boku, O2 and mpass in direct mobile billing deal

(The Paypers) US online mobile payment services developer Boku has entered a partnership with mobile services provider Telefonica O2 Germany and the mobile…Read more:

Transport operators Deutsche Bahn and RMV to co-operate on national NFC ticketing system for Germany

The two transport operators are to combine their existing Touch&Travel and HandyTicket services to deliver a single solution that lets passengers buy tickets on any service with their NFC phone.Read more:

Germanys spectrum auction nets EUR4.38B

Germany’s high-profile mobile spectrum auction wrapped up yesterday after 224 rounds of bidding, netting the government EUR4.38 billion (US$5.42 billion).

German spectrum auction gains momentum with new bids on 800 MHz

Germany’s mobile spectrum auction gained momentum Monday with new bids on blocks in the 800 megahertz band, the most expensive and valuable spectrum

German spectrum auction hits EUR2.41B

Dow Jones Newswires reports that Germany’s mobile spectrum auction gained EUR2.41 billion after the end of day 14.

German spectrum auction volume at EUR1.32B Thursday

Germany’s mobile spectrum auction broke the EUR1 billion mark on the ninth day of the auction Thursday to stand at EUR1.32 billion.

Germanys spectrum auction heats up

Germany’s four main operators had bid a total of EUR299.1 million by yesterday in the country’s spectrum auction, up from EUR191.4 million at the end of Friday

E-Plus leads in first day of German spectrum auction

German regulator, the Federal Network Agency (FNA), has revealed that E-Plus placed the highest offer in the first day of the country’s spectrum auction, bidding ahead of Spanish-owned Telefonica O2 Germany.

Four network providers to bid in German auction

Dow Jones Newswires notes that Germany’s four established network operators are to take part in the country’s upcoming spectrum auction, but no newcomers will be bidding.

Deutsche Telekom cuts German brand name to ‘T’

Dow Jones Newswires reports that Deutsche Telekom will cut its brand name in Germany to a ‘T’ as part of its efforts to integrate its fixed line and mobile operations in its home market.