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第 3 四半期(7 月から 9 月の 3 か月間) 当 期 前年同期 (2008 年) 15,454 百万ユーロ 増 減 率

(2009 年) 営業収益

16,262 百万ユーロ

5.2%

当期純利益 1株当たり利益 (基本及び希薄化後)

959 百万ユーロ

895 百万ユーロ

7.2%

0.22 ユーロ

0.21 ユーロ

4.8%

第 3 四半期までの累計値(1 月から 9 月の 9 か月間) 当 期 前年同期 (2008 年) 45,557 百万ユーロ 増 減 率

(2009 年) 営業収益

48,402 百万ユーロ

6.2%

当期純利益 1株当たり利益 (基本及び希薄化後)

356 百万ユーロ

2,213 百万ユーロ

-83.9%

0.08 ユーロ

0.51 ユーロ

-84.3%

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Deutsche Telekom confirms guidance for the year after good third quarter
Nov 05, 2009

Deutsche Telekom posts good figures to continue the positive development of the prior quarter. The Group therefore confirms its guidance for the year as adjusted in April despite the recent negative development in exchange rates, particularly the marked weakness of the U.S. dollar against the euro over the course of the year. Cost-cutting measures and improvements in efficiency continue to bear fruit: Deutsche Telekom posted year-on-year increases in profitability in all operating segments between July and September.

Net revenue of the Group increased by 5.2 percent year-on-year to EUR 16.3 billion in the third quarter. At the same time, adjusted EBITDA improved by 5.2 percent to EUR 5.5 billion. At EUR 3.3 billion, free cash flow was considerably higher than both the prior-year figure of EUR 2.2 billion and the figure for the full first half year of EUR 1.8 billion.

In a comparison of the first nine months, revenue increased by 6.2 percent to EUR 48.4 billion over the same period in 2008 and adjusted EBITDA rose by 5.5 percent to EUR 15.6 billion. At EUR 5.1 billion, free cash flow remained slightly lower than the figure of EUR 5.8 billion posted at the same time last year due to the weak performance at the beginning of this year. Adjusted net profit decreased by 3.1 percent compared with the first nine months of 2008 to EUR 2.5 billion.

"We have continued the positive trend of the second quarter and have picked up the pace," said CEO René Obermann. "We responded quickly and took effective steps in those markets we were concentrating on in the first quarter – the United Kingdom, the United States, and Poland."

T-MobileUK's business stabilized over the course of the year. On September 8 Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom announced that they were holding exclusive negotiations on the establishment of a 50:50 joint venture between the Deutsche Telekom's UK subsidiary and Orange UK.The roll-out of the 3G network in the United States is progressing well.The sale of 3G-enabled handsets and the sharp increase in data revenues show that the company has enormous growth potential.The Polish subsidiary PTC has finally mastered the challenges it faced thanks to improvements in efficiency and is now once again successful in the Polish market.

The Save for Service program continued its particularly successful course in the third quarter. This efficiency enhancement program has generated savings totaling EUR 5.4 billion so far since its launch in 2005. Deutsche Telekom will continue its cost cutting and address the entire cost base of the Group. Further details will be made available when the financial figures for the full year 2009 are published.

Development of the operating segments at a glance:

Germany The Germany operating segment posted positive figures with domestic fixed-network and mobile communications activities reported together under the new structure. Revenue in the third quarter decreased by 2.0 percent year-on-year to EUR 6.5 billion and adjusted EBITDA fell by 3.3 percent to EUR 2.5 billion.

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The German mobile communications business posted revenue growth of 1.4 percent and an adjusted EBITDA margin of 43.6 percent in the third quarter. At T-Mobile Deutschland, the proportion of the average revenue per user (ARPU) generated by non-voice traffic increased year-on-year from 23 percent to 27 percent. This development was driven chiefly by data revenues, which in the first three quarters of 2009 were 51 percent higher than the prior-year figure. The number of contract customers rose in the third quarter to more than 17.1 million, boosted by high demand for the Apple iPhone. The share of contract customers increased year-on-year to 44 percent of the total customer base.

Revenue for the quarter from domestic fixed-network business decreased by 3.5 percent year-on-year and adjusted EBITDA fell by 2.6 percent. As a result, the EBITDA margin improved from 33.7 percent to 34.0 percent. The highlight was the development of Entertain, the television service of the future. 885,000 packages had been marketed by the end of the quarter, well on the way to achieving the target of one million for the full year.

The number of new DSL customers was lower, as expected and as announced with the half-year figures. The fact that many of the contracts for complete packages expired after two years in July and August in particular led to a fall in the market share of net additions to 18 percent in the third quarter. Seen over the full nine months, however, this figure was 46 percent and as such remained at the target level for the full year of at least 45 percent. The number of DSL customers who changed their provider also had a bearing on the number of lines lost at 573,000 in the third quarter, increased slightly year-on-year. The figure of 1.65 million lines lost after nine months means that for the full year, the prior-year figure of just under 2.5 million is likely to be undercut by around 15 percent.

United States In a difficult quarter T-Mobile USA succeeded in keeping its margin stable and laying the foundation for future growth with the rapid roll-out of its 3G mobile network. Network coverage was expanded by almost 50 percent between July and September to its current level of around 170 million people. The goal of reaching 200 million people by the end of the year remains unchanged. In addition, the range of 3Genabled handsets for customers is being expanded to 24 by the end of the year.

With the expansion of its own shops and a sales agreement with the U.S. electronics retail chain RadioShack, T-Mobile USA has boosted its sales interface from 5,300 shops mid-year to around 9,300 shops now. In addition, the new Even More price plans were launched a few days ago. These plans offer price advantages of up to 42 percent compared with those of its main competitors, AT&T and Verizon, and therefore reinforce T-Mobile's standing as the provider offering the best value for money.

Revenue grew by 3 percent in the third quarter compared with the same period last year to EUR 3.8 billion. Measured in U.S. dollars, the decrease was 2.3 percent to USD 5.4 billion. At the same time, the adjusted EBITDA margin of 29.0 percent was well above the 28.4 percent recorded in the third quarter of 2008. T-Mobile USA posted adjusted EBITDA of EUR 1.1 billion, 5 percent more than one year ago.

77,000 customers were lost in the third quarter, an unsatisfactory development. Growth in business with data services remains strong. Earnings in this area rose by 40 percent year-on-year to USD 575 million. One of the main factors here is the enormous growth in the popularity of 3G-enabled handsets. In the third quarter alone their number grew by a third compared with June 30 to 2.8 million.

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Europe The mobile communications companies in the United Kingdom, Poland, the Netherlands, Austria, and the Czech Republic, all combined within the new Europe operating segment, are doing well in a difficult environment. On a like-for-like basis, revenue in the segment decreased by 13.2 percent year-on-year in the third quarter to EUR 2.6 billion and adjusted EBITDA fell by 2.6 percent to EUR 0.7 billion. This reflects the negative impact of exchange rate effects - particularly in Poland and the United Kingdom – and the reduction of termination charges.

Almost all national companies increased their adjusted EBITDA margins thanks to strict cost discipline. The improvement in the Netherlands was particularly marked; the margin increased from 19.1 percent in the prior year to 28.3 percent. An increase of 7.9 percentage points to 31.5 percent was also recorded in Austria. The recovery in the United Kingdom continued over the course of the year. The margin was 0.8 percentage points lower than in the prior year, but 3.9 percentage points higher than in the second quarter.

The Polish company PTC recorded the best development in customer numbers with 99,000 new contract customers.Overall, the mobile communications companies in the Europe segment served 44.4 million customers at September 30, 2009, including 17.9 million contract customers.

Southern and Eastern Europe The Southern and Eastern Europe segment continued its positive development in the third quarter of 2009. Following the first-time inclusion of the OTE group effective February of this year, the segment recorded a year-on-year revenue increase of around EUR 1.4 billion to EUR 2.6 billion in the third quarter. Adjusted EBITDA increased EUR 0.5 billion or 83.6 percent in the same period to EUR 1.1 billion.

The OTE group made a significant contribution of EUR 1.5 billion to this positive development as well as EUR 0.6 billion to adjusted EBITDA.

Measured in euros, the revenues generated by the national companies in Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, Macedonia, and Montenegro fell in the third quarter, primarily due to negative exchange rate effects – mainly in Hungary due to the sharp decline in the forint – and continued high pressure from competition. Broadband growth in all countries did not fully make up for the decline in revenue in the traditional fixednetwork area. Cost-cutting measures meant it was possible to compensate partially for the decreases in revenue, however.

EBITDA margins remained high in all countries and even increased in some cases.

The broadband market in Southern and Eastern Europe continued to grow in the first nine months of 2009. A total of 3.7 million broadband lines were in operation at the balance sheet date. This represents an increase of 576,000 lines year-on-year. This figure includes 337,000 broadband lines in the fixed network of OTE Greece and Romtelecom (Romania).

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The mobile communications market is exhibiting slow growth reflecting macro-economic trends in many countries, while customer numbers in Hungary and Slovakia are stagnating compared with the prior year. In absolute terms, however, all mobile communications companies contributed to the increase in customer numbers. Over 2 million net additions were gained in the first nine months of the year. Overall, the mobile communications companies in the Southern and Eastern Europe segment served 33.7 million customers at the balance sheet date.

The integration of OTE continues to progress well. Synergies of more than EUR 100 million were generated in the current year up to the end of September. Deutsche Telekom expects to record a net total effect of around EUR 70 million for the full year 2009 on the back of the realization of the individual measures over the course of the year.

Systems Solutions The profitability of T-Systems' business improved considerably once again in the third quarter. Apart from that, the effects of the financial and economic crisis were felt, as they were in the industry as a whole.

Total revenue from Systems Solutions decreased in the third quarter by 7.3 percent year-on-year to EUR 2.1 billion. Business with customers outside Deutsche Telekom generated revenues of EUR 4.5 billion in the first three quarters of 2009, a decrease of 2.8 percent year-on-year which reflects the general situation in the market. Customers are exercising restraint regarding new projects in particular as a result of the global financial and economic crisis. International revenue, by contrast, increased by around 1 percent and continued the positive trend of prior quarters.

Adjusted EBITDA rose 13.8 percent to EUR 231 million in the third quarter. Adjusted EBIT amounted to EUR 64 million compared with EUR 12 million in the prior-year quarter. This lifted the EBIT margin – an important indicator in the systems solutions business - to 3.0 percent from 0.5 percent in the same period of 2008.

The weaker revenue development was attributable to domestic business in particular where earnings declined by 8.5 percent between July and September. In addition, revenues within the Group decreased by a disproportionately high extent of 11.1 percent. This underlines once again T-Systems' contribution to Deutsche Telekom's efforts to cut costs.

T-Systems recorded an 11.7 percent drop in new orders in the third quarter compared with the same period in 2008 to EUR 1.7 billion. The Automotive segment, for example, felt the consequences of the current general economic situation. It is therefore all the more encouraging that T-Systems was able to win major deals, such as with the automotive supplier Contintental. T-Systems also won important orders internationally, for example from Nobel Biocare, the world leader in dental solutions. In addition, the antitrust authorities have approved the takeover by T-Systems of SAP's entire hosting customer base in Europe, which means T-Systems will in the future support the software applications of almost 90 companies at its own data centers. The Deutsche Telekom Group at a glance*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

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Net revenue

16,262

15,454

5.2

48,402

45,557

6.2

61,666

- Domestic

7,201

7,158

0.6

20,961

21,596

(2.9)

28,885

- International

9,061

8,296

9.2

27,441

23,961

14.5

32,781

Profit (loss) before income taxes

1,696

1,634

3.8

2,195

4,147

(47.1)

3,452

Adjusted profit before income taxes

1,873

2,028

(7.6)

4,428

4,630

(4.4)

5,884

Net profit (loss)

959

895

7.2

356

2,213

(83.9)

1,483

Adjusted net profit

1,074

1,182

(9.1)

2,485

2,565

(3.1)

3,426

EBITDA

5,394

4,894

10.2

15,363

14,415

6.6

18,015

Adjusted EBITDA

5,528

5,254

5.2

15,598

14,790

5.5

19,459

Net cash from operating activities

5,343

4,285

24.7

11,821

11,298

4.6

15,368

Free cash flow before dividend payments

3,286

2,196

49.6

5,106

5,788

(11.8)

7,033

Cash outflows for investments in property, plant and equipment, and intangible assets (excluding goodwill)

(2,131)

(2,137)

0.3

(6,953)

(5,766)

(20.6)

(8,707)

Net debt at balance sheet date

42,389

39,449

7.5

38,158

Number of employees at

259,973

230,079

13.0

227,747

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balance sheet date

Germanyoperating segment*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

6,471

6,601

(2.0)

19,022

19,792

(3.9)

26,400

- Fixed network

4,711

4,884

(3.5)

14,063

14,795

(4.9)

19,782

- Mobile communications

2,109

2,079

1.4

6,008

6,062

(0.9)

8,069

Net revenue

6,008

6,160

(2.5)

17,828

18,583

(4.1)

24,754

Profit (loss) from operations

1,409

1,528

(7.8)

4,008

4,040

(0.8)

4,624

EBITDA

2,446

2,547

(4.0)

7,146

7,161

(0.2)

8,804

Adjusted EBITDA

2,523

2,610

(3.3)

7,267

7,495

(3.0)

9,764

- Fixed network

1,604

1,647

(2.6)

4,795

4,901

(2.2)

6,400

- Mobile communications

920

964

(4.6)

2,479

2,593

(4.4)

3,364

Average number of employees

84,369

89,215

(5.4)

85,199

90,888

(6.3)

89,961

Comments on the table: The contributions of the subsegments generally show the unconsolidated view and do not take into consideration consolidation effects at operating segment level.

The 160,000 or so business customers transferred from the Systems Solutions operating segment effective January 1, 2009 are shown as part of the fixed-network operations in the Germanyoperating segment.All prior-quarter and prior-year figures have been adjusted for better comparability.

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United States operating segment*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

3,758

3,657

2.8

11,813

10,616

11.3

14,957

Profit (loss) from operations

595

570

4.4

1,779

1,656

7.4

2,299

EBITDA

1,089

1,017

7.1

3,326

2,993

11.1

4,183

Adjusted EBITDA

1,089

1,038

4.9

3,326

3,034

9.6

4,240

Average number of employees

37,996

36,636

3.7

37,859

35,641

6.2

36,076

Comments on the table: Including first-time consolidation of SunCom from February 22, 2008.

Europe operating segment*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

2,552

2,940

(13.2)

7,561

8,559

(11.7)

11,354

of which: T-Mobile UK

853

999

(14.6)

2,575

3,073

(16.2)

4,051

of which: T-Mobile NL

452

477

(5.2)

1,361

1,340

1.6

1,806

of which: PTC

450

618

(27.2)

1,306

1,722

(24.2)

2,260

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Q3 2009 millions of €

Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

Q1-Q3 2009 millions of €

Q1-Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

FY 2008 millions of €

of which: T-Mobile CZ

313

357

(12.3)

898

1,000

(10.2)

1,329

of which: T-Mobile A

260

271

(4.1)

782

815

(4.0)

1,085

Net revenue

2,405

2,791

(13.8)

7,145

8,142

(12.2)

10,798

Profit (loss) from operations

349

201

73.6

(1,211)

486

n.a.

496

EBITDA

738

749

(1.5)

1,874

2,204

(15.0)

2,853

Adjusted EBITDA

745

765

(2.6)

1,895

2,231

(15.1)

2,939

of which: T-Mobile UK

181

220

(17.7)

447

646

(30.8)

888

of which: T-Mobile NL

128

91

40.7

295

267

10.5

352

of which: PTC

175

222

(21.2)

455

620

(26.6)

785

of which T-Mobile CZ

165

175

(5.7)

473

491

(3.7)

634

of which: T-Mobile A

82

64

28.1

205

205

0.0

285

Average number of employees

18,114

17,867

1.4

18,248

17,876

2.1

17,945

Comments on the table: Including an impairment loss of EUR 1.8 billion recognized on the goodwill of the cash-generating unit TMobile UK in the first quarter of 2009.

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Southern and Eastern Europe operating segment*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

2,616

1,265

n.a.

7,096

3,499

n.a.

4,645

of which: Hungary

437

550

(20.5)

1,240

1,524

(18.6)

2,006

of which: Croatia

315

339

(7.1)

885

921

(3.9)

1,223

of which: Slovakia

244

262

(6.9)

734

736

(0.3)

994

of which: Greece

1,087

-

n.a.

2,800

-

n.a.

-

of which: Romania

296

-

n.a.

795

-

n.a.

-

of which: Othera

271

119

n.a.

722

328

n.a.

435

Net revenue

2,564

1,215

n.a.

6,965

3,382

n.a.

4,497

Profit (loss) from operations

462

371

24.5

1,203

920

30.8

915

EBITDA

1,082

583

85.6

2,906

1,572

84.9

1,949

Adjusted EBITDA

1,089

593

83.6

2,890

1,603

80.3

2,014

of which: Hungary

189

235

(19.6)

522

648

(19.4)

820

of which: Croatia

153

176

(13.1)

414

443

(6.5)

557

of which: Slovakia

118

119

(0.8)

350

343

2.0

427

of which: Greece

413

-

n.a.

1,035

-

n.a.

-

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Q3 2009 millions of €

Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

Q1-Q3 2009 millions of €

Q1-Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

FY 2008 millions of €

of which: Romania

88

-

n.a.

227

-

n.a.

-

of which: Othera

130

62

n.a.

343

169

211

Average number of employees

53,593

21,083

n.a.

50,395

21,321

n.a.

21,229

Comments on the table: Including first-time consolidation of OTE from February 1, 2009. a Other consists of Bulgaria, Albania, Macedonia, and Montenegro.

Systems Solutions operating segment*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

2,125

2,293

(7.3)

6,410

6,744

(5.0)

9,343

- Computing & Desktop Services

952

961

(0.9)

2,785

2,745

1.5

3,877

- Systems Integration

370

415

(10.8)

1,174

1,285

(8.6)

1,741

Telecommunications

803

917

(12.4)

2,451

2,714

(9.7)

3,725

Net revenue

1,467

1,553

(5.5)

4,465

4,595

(2.8)

6,368

New orders

1,689

1,912

(11.7)

6,014

7,380

(18.5)

10,235

Profit (loss) from operations

16

(11)

n.a.

54

407

(86.7)

81

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Q3 2009 millions of €

Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

Q1-Q3 2009 millions of €

Q1-Q3 2008 millions of €

Change %

FY 2008 millions of €

EBITDA

183

180

1.7

571

981

(41.8)

862

Adjusted EBITDA

231

203

13.8

673

595

13.1

826

Average number of employees

45,877

46,028

(0.3)

45,063

46,109

(2.3)

46,095

Comments on the table: The 160,000 or so business customers transferred from the Systems Solutions operating segment effective January 1, 2009 are shown as part of the fixed-network operations in the Germany operating segment. All prior-quarter and prior-year figures have been adjusted for better comparability.

Group Headquarters & Shared Services*: Q3 2009 millions of € Q3 2008 millions of € Change % Q1-Q3 2009 millions of € Q1-Q3 2008 millions of € Change % FY 2008 millions of €

Total revenue

593

748

(20.7)

1,823

2,179

(16.3)

2,781

Net revenue

63

82

(23.2)

197

249

(20.9)

307

Profit (loss) from operations

(311)

(319)

2.5

(964)

(900)

(7.1)

(1,266)

EBITDA

(112)

(152)

26.3

(316)

(342)

7.6

(493)

Adjusted EBITDA

(112)

74

n.a.

(304)

(40)

n.a.

(181)

Average number of employees

20,548

25,141

(18.3)

19,970

24,917

(19.9)

23,581

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*Deutsche Telekom defines EBITDA as profit/loss from operations before depreciation, amortization, and impairment losses.For a detailed explanation of non-GAAP performance measures, special factors affecting EBITDA, adjusted EBITDA, the adjusted EBITDA margin as well as special factors affecting profit or loss and the adjusted net profit, please refer to “Reconciliation to pro forma figures” that is posted on Deutsche Telekom's Investor Relations website at www.telekom.com.

Development of customer numbers in the first three quarters of 2009

Germanyoperating segment: Sept. 30, 2009 thousands Sept. 30, 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

Fixed network Fixed-network linesa

26,653

28,978

(2,325)

(8.0)

Broadband lines Retaila Resale/IP-BSAb ULLsc IP-BSA SAd

11,301

10,242

1,059

10.3

1,752

2,905

(1,153)

(39.7)

8,914

7,906

1,008

12.7

517

54

463

n.a.

Mobile communications Mobile communications customerse, f

39,330

38,800

530

1.4

Comments on the table: The 160,000 or so business customers transferred from the Systems Solutions operating segment effective January 1, 2009 are shown as part of the fixed-network operations in the Germany operating segment. All prior-year figures were adjusted for better comparability. a Lines in operation excluding internal use and public telecommunications systems, including IP-based lines and congstar. b Resale: sale of broadband lines based on DSL technology to alternative providers outside the Deutsche Telekom Group, including bundled IP-BSA. In the case of IP bitstream access (IP-BSA), Deutsche Telekom leases DSL lines to the competitor and transports the datastream carried over the lines. c Unbundled local loop line: Deutsche Telekom wholesale service that can be leased by alternative telecommunications operators without upstream technical equipment in order to offer their own customers a telephone or DSL line. d IP-BSA Stand Alone: wholesale service not bundled with a PSTN line. Allows competitors to offer an allIP product range. e One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer.

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f Due to various rulings on the expiry of prepaid credit and the limited validity of prepaid cards, T-Mobile Deutschland changed its terms of contract and therefore its deactivation policy in the first quarter of 2007 in favor of its prepay customers. These customers can now use their prepaid credit longer than before. As a result of the change in the terms of contract, prepaid contracts no longer end automatically, but run for an unlimited duration and can be terminated by the customer at any time and by T-Mobile with one month's notice. T-Mobile Deutschland reserves the right to make use of this right of termination and to deactivate cards in the system.

United States operating segment: Sept. 30, 2009 thousands Mobile customersa Sept. 30, 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

33,420

32,136

1,284

4.0

Comments on the table: a One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer.

Europeoperating segment: Sept. 30, 2009 thousands Mobile customersa of which: T-Mobile UKb of which: T-Mobile NLc Sept. 30, 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

44,409

43,867

542

1.2

16,608

16,802

(194)

(1.2)

5,474

5,327

147

2.8

of which: PTC

13,482

13,013

469

3.6

of which: T-Mobile CZ

5,458

5,392

66

1.2

of which: T-Mobile A

3,387

3,333

54

1.6

Comments on the table:

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a One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer. b Including Virgin Mobile. c The consolidation of Online (formerly Orange Nederland Breedband B.V.) in the second quarter of 2008 has no effect on the number of customers of the T-Mobile Netherlands group, as only mobile communications customers are shown.

Southern and Eastern Europe operating segment: Sept. 30, 2009 thousands Sept. 30, 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

Fixed network Fixed-network linesa

12,184

13,015

(831)

(6.4)

of which: Hungary

1,870

2,055

(185)

(9.0)

of which: Croatia

1,497

1,559

(62)

(4.0)

of which: Slovakia

1,104

1,126

(22)

(2.0)

of which: Greece

4,349

4,675

(326)

(7.0)

of which: Romania

2,832

3,009

(177)

(5.9)

Retail broadband lines Resale/IP-BSAb ULLsc IP-BSA SAd

3,385

2,710

675

24.9

246

358

(112)

(31.3)

971

579

392

67.7

30

18

12

66.7

Mobile communications Mobile customerse

33,711

29,848

3,863

12.9

of which: Hungary

5,207

5,156

51

1.0

of which: Croatia

2,885

2,620

265

10.1

of which: Slovakia

2,301

2,317

(16)

(0.7)

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Sept. 30, 2009 thousands

Sept. 30, 2008 thousands

Change thousands

Change %

of which: Greece

9,064

7,411

1,653

22.3

of which: Romania

6,599

5,246

1,353

25.8

Comments on the table: Including first-time consolidation of OTE from February 1, 2009. Prior-year figures have been adjusted on a pro forma basis. a Lines in operation excluding internal use and public telecommunications, including IP-based lines. b Resale: sale of broadband lines based on DSL technology to alternative providers outside the Deutsche Telekom Group, including bundled IP-BSA. In the case of IP bitstream access (IP-BSA), Deutsche Telekom leases DSL lines to the competitor and transports the datastream carried over the lines. c Unbundled local loop line: Deutsche Telekom wholesale service that can be leased by alternative telecommunications operators without upstream technical equipment in order to offer their own customers a telephone or DSL line. d IP-BSA Stand Alone: wholesale service not bundled with a PSTN line. Allows competitors to offer an allIP product range. e One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer.

Net additions in the third quarter of 2009

Germanyoperating segment: Q3 2009 thousands Q3 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

Fixed network Fixed-network linesa

(573)

(565)

(8)

(1.4)

Broadband lines Retaila Resale/IP-BSAb ULLsc IP-BSA SAd

72

344

(272)

(79.1)

(200)

(264)

64

24.2

172

394

(222)

(56.3)

92

52

40

76.9

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Q3 2009 thousands

Q3 2008 thousands

Change thousands

Change %

Mobile communications Mobile communications customerse, f

227

401

(174)

(43.4)

Comments on the table: The 160,000 or so business customers transferred from the Systems Solutions operating segment effective January 1, 2009 are shown as part of the fixed-network operations in the Germany operating segment. All prior-year figures were adjusted for better comparability. a Lines in operation excluding internal use and public telecommunications systems, including IP-based lines and congstar. b Resale: sale of broadband lines based on DSL technology to alternative providers outside the Deutsche Telekom Group, including bundled IP-BSA. In the case of IP bitstream access (IP-BSA), Deutsche Telekom leases DSL lines to the competitor and transports the datastream carried over the lines. c Unbundled local loop line: Deutsche Telekom wholesale service that can be leased by alternative telecommunications operators without upstream technical equipment in order to offer their own customers a telephone or DSL line. d IP-BSA Stand Alone: wholesale service not bundled with a PSTN line. Allows competitors to offer an allIP product range. e One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer. f Due to various rulings on the expiry of prepaid credit and the limited validity of prepaid cards, T-Mobile Deutschland changed its terms of contract and therefore its deactivation policy in the first quarter of 2007 in favor of its prepay customers. These customers can now use their prepaid credit longer than before. As a result of the change in the terms of contract, prepaid contracts no longer end automatically, but run for an unlimited duration and can be terminated by the customer at any time and by T-Mobile with one month's notice. T-Mobile Deutschland reserves the right to make use of this right of termination and to deactivate cards in the system.

United Statesoperating segment: Q3 2009 thousands Mobile customersa Q3 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

(77)

670

(747)

n.a.

Comments on the table: a One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer.

Europeoperating segment: Q3 2009 thousands Q3 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

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Mobile customersa of which: T-Mobile UKb of which: T-Mobile NLc

154

354

(200)

(56.6)

20

8

12

n.a.

51

49

2

4.1

of which: PTC

73

182

(109)

(59.9)

of which: T-Mobile CZ

25

79

(54)

(68.4)

of which: T-Mobile A

(15)

36

(51)

n.a.

Comments on the table: a One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer. b Including Virgin Mobile. c The consolidation of Online (formerly Orange Nederland Breedband B.V.) in the second quarter of 2008 has no effect on the number of customers of the T-Mobile Netherlands group, as only mobile communications customers are shown.

Southern and Eastern Europe operating segment: Q3 2009 thousands Q3 2008 thousands Change thousands Change %

Fixed network Fixed-network linesa

(205)

(208)

2

1.4

of which: Hungary

(48)

(39)

(9)

(23.1)

of which: Croatia

(16)

(18)

2

11.1

of which: Slovakia

(10)

(5)

(5)

n.a.

of which: Greece

(58)

(109)

51

46.8

of which: Romania

(64)

(28)

(36)

n.a.

Retail broadband lines

107

173

(66)

(38.2)

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Q3 2009 thousands Resale/IP-BSAb ULLsc

Q3 2008 thousands

Change thousands

Change %

(17)

(22)

5

22.7

68

81

(13)

(16.0)

Mobile communications Mobile customersd

728

232

n.a.

n.a.

of which: Hungary

(49)

74

(123)

n.a.

of which: Croatia

17

76

(59)

(77.6)

of which: Slovakia

(22)

(13)

(9)

(69.2)

of which: Greece

271

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

of which: Romania

269

n.a.

n.a.

n.a.

Comments on the table: First-time consolidation of OTE from February 1, 2009. Prior-year Fixed Network figures have been adjusted accordingly on a pro forma basis. a Lines in operation excluding internal use and public telecommunications, including IP-based lines. b Resale: sale of broadband lines based on DSL technology to alternative providers outside the Deutsche Telekom Group, including bundled IP-BSA. In the case of IP bitstream access (IP-BSA), Deutsche Telekom leases DSL lines to the competitor and transports the datastream carried over the lines. c Unbundled local loop line: Deutsche Telekom wholesale service that can be leased by alternative telecommunications operators without upstream technical equipment in order to offer their own customers a telephone or DSL line. d One mobile communications card corresponds to one customer

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personnel-related measures and workforce adjustments. Forward-looking statements are based on current plans, estimates, and projections. They should therefore be considered with caution. Such statements are subject to risks and uncertainties, most of which are difficult to predict and are generally beyond Deutsche Telekom's control, including those described in the sections "Forward-Looking Statements" and "Risk Factors" of the Company's Form 20-F annual report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Among the relevant factors are the progress of Deutsche Telekom’s workforce reduction initiative, the restructuring of operating activities in Germany, and the impact of other significant strategic or business initiatives, including acquisitions, dispositions, business combinations, and cost reduction measures. In addition, regulatory decisions, stronger-than-expected competition, technological change, litigation and regulatory developments, among other factors, may have a material adverse effect on costs and revenue development. Furthermore, changes in the economic and business environments – for example, the current economic slump – in markets where we, our subsidiaries and affiliates operate, the enduring instability and volatility on the global financial markets, as well as exchange rate and interest rate fluctuations can also adversely affect our business development and the availability of capital at favorable terms. If these or other risks and uncertainties materialize, or if the assumptions underlying any of these statements prove incorrect, Deutsche Telekom's actual results may be materially different from those expressed or implied by such statements. Deutsche Telekom can offer no assurance that its expectations or targets will be met. Deutsche Telekom does not assume any obligation to update forward-looking statements to take new information or future events into account or otherwise. Deutsche Telekom does not reconcile its adjusted EBITDA guidance to a GAAP measure because it would require unreasonable effort to do so. As a rule, Deutsche Telekom does not predict the net effect of future special factors due to their uncertainty. Special factors and interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (including impairment losses) can have a significant effect on Deutsche Telekom's results.

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Origin: 2009年第3四半期決算短信

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