Profile Picture

T-Mobile International AG

Profile Picture
  • HQ Location: Bonn, Germany
  • Chairperson: Timotheus Höttges 
  • Website URL: www.t-mobile.com
  • Revenue: $32 billion + 
  • Keywords & Services: Mobile Communications, GSM, UMTS, LTE, Cellular Networks, Data Breach Protection, Integrated Business Approach.

 

Initially introduced in 1996, T-Mobile is a globally recognised brand representing various mobile communication subsidiaries under the German-based Deutsche Telekom AG. Present in numerous countries, including the Czech Republic and the United States, the brand is known for its GSM-, UMTS- and LTE-based cellular networks. Over the years, several of these subsidiaries have undergone rebranding, yet the T-Mobile name continues to be a familiar entity in the global telecommunications market.

 

T-Mobile International AG, a now dissolved holding company based in Bonn, Germany, had subsidiaries operating cellular networks in Europe, the USA, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Alongside this, the company held substantial financial stakes in mobile operators across Central and Eastern Europe. As a result, T-Mobile International's subsidiaries collectively commanded a substantial consumer base of around 230 million subscribers, making it one of the largest mobile-phone service providers worldwide.

 

Despite its notable achievements, T-Mobile has not been exempt from controversy. The company revealed a significant data breach in 2021, resulting in the exposure of over 76 million Americans' private data. The resultant fallout led to multiple class-action lawsuits, culminating in a hefty settlement agreed upon in July 2022. T-Mobile has since committed a considerable amount in enhancing its data security measures. The brand continues to adapt and transform in the dynamic telecommunications landscape, striving to offer top-quality mobile communication services globally.

Articles with T-Mobile International AG

View All

Dell drives innovation in a 5G world.

Dell Technologies’ deep relationship with T-Mobile is heralding the way for an even stronger 5G future.

o9 Solutions: The digital brain of your enterprise.

Planning and decision-making for digitalage speed, scale, and complexity

DigitalBridge & T-Mobile partner to develop next-gen 5G

Marc Ganzi, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of DigitalBridge discusses the company’s partnership with T-Mobile

T-Mobile partners with Tellworks for Network Supply Chain

Christo Makrides, Owner and Managing Partner at Tellworks Logistics, discusses the company’s long-standing partnership with T-Mobile

Company Reports with T-Mobile International AG

View All
Featured

How T-Mobile embraces sustainability

Telco giant T-Mobile sets ambitious goals while reaching 1.5 degree mark ‒ before it was even established as a standard

Read more
Featured

‘Changing Procurement for Good’ at the 5G leader

Chief Procurement Officer Mike Simpson is making a positive impact in procurement at T-Mobile through leadership, partnerships and cutting-edge tech

Read more

A sustainability journey with T-Mobile

T-Mobile has an ambition: the telco giant aims to be using 100% renewable energy for all its operations by 2021

Read more

Interviews with T-Mobile International AG

View All
Featured

Chad Wilkerson

Director of Sustainability and Infrastructure Sourcing, T-Mobile

Read more
Featured

Mike Simpson

Chief Procurement Officer, T-Mobile

Read more

Videos with T-Mobile International AG

View All
Featured

How T-Mobile embraces sustainability

Dell drives innovation in a 5G world.

Boingo: Wireless. Simplified

Zayo: The network infrastructure for what's next

Executives in T-Mobile International AG

View All

Dan Thygesen

Senior Vice President of T-Mobile Wholesale and head of T-Mobile’s growing wholesale business

Read more

Erin Raney

Sr. Director of T-Mobile’s Technology & Innovation

Read more

Max Caballero-Vieyra

SVP Devices & Supply Chain

Read more

Edwige A. Robinson

Senior Vice President of Engineering Network & Technology Transformation

Read more