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German operators criticised for ongoing spectrum battle

Germany’s three major operators are “playing a losing game” by trying to outbid each other …

Report: German operators facing LTE rollout delays

Operators in Germany are reportedly being hampered by delays in the issue of permits for the buildout of their LTE networks, with the Financial Times Deutschland citing industry estimates that there are 8,000 applications from Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone Germany, O2 Germany, and E-Plus in the pipeline.

Voda to provide SIMs for BMW connected cars in Germany

Vodafone Germany has inked a five-year deal with BMW to install specially adapted mobile SIMs …

Vodafone Germany picks Amdocs for OSS

Amdocs said that Vodafone Germany has selected its OSS software to support the rollout of its LTE network.

Deutsche Telekom joins Mpass

Deutsche Telekom (DT) has joined the Mpass mobile payment initiative founded by Vodafone Germany and O2 Germany

DT set for first commercial 800MHz LTE launch

Deutsche Telekom will “later this year” launch LTE in Germany using digital dividend spectrum which was allocated in a May 2010 auction, a move equipment supplier Nokia Siemens Networks says will make the country the first to deploy the technology using the 800MHz frequencies.

Report: German operators to partner on LTE

The head of Deutsche Telekom’s German operations expects three of the country’s largest mobile operators to cooperate on building LTE networks by year-end, according to an interview in Financial Times Deutschland.

Vodafone Germany unveils LTE expansion plans and tiered data packages

Vodafone Germany has announced aggressive LTE rollout plans and tiered data bundles dependent on service speeds, according to a LTEWorld report.

Vodafone Germany chooses LTE vendors

Vodafone Germany has chosen Huawei and Ericsson as suppliers for its LTE network upgrade.

Vodafone Germany preps LTE

Vodafone Germany has confirmed plans to roll out LTE technology over the next three years, after the company secured two paired blocks of 5MHz spectrum in the 800MHz band for EUR1.21 billion (US$1.52 billion) in May