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Money Fiberglass Expansion: Telekom Financial Department Wondered Professional World

21:55  27 october  2021
21:55  27 october  2021 Source:   wiwo.de

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The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Telekom decides coming week over a billionendeal to expand the German glass fiber network. But the plans of management should only be difficult to implement.

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only 1500 euros per household plans Deutsche Telekom together with a financial investor for the development of rural space with fiber optic. According to industry insiders, however, this could be much too narrowed. Especially in the rural area often long distances between the houses - depending on the region, the terrain is also mountainous and therefore demanding.

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industry observers had coated that the Telekom could cooperate with the insurance company with the insurance company Allianz. Because the returns on federal bonds are negative, the insurer is looking for return-growing investments. But the Alliance had no interest. The insurer had been alloyed a year ago with the Spanish telecommunications provider Telefónica for a similar project - and calculates significantly more conservative: the two counted expenses of around 2200 euros per household, which is connected to the glass fiber network - ie 40 percent more than the Telekom now Including.

Telefónica and Alliance want to connect 2.2 million German households for four billion euros and are not limited exclusively on the particularly costly rural rural area, but also want to open up suburbs that are concentrated to denser, which is associated with correspondingly lower costs.

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At a deal with Telekom, only foreign investors were interested in interest, such as the Canadian Infrastructure Investors Brookfield and CDPQ or the Australian Equivalent IFM. With whom the Telekom ultimately implements the project, has not been announced so far. The Group's Supervisory Board meet for this in the coming week.

The Telekom and its partner for the joint venture are to be provided for around 500 billion euros. This will then spend six billion euros to equip four million German households in rural areas with fiberglass. A return of eight percent should come out in the project under the dash.

Deutsche Telekom is already passed with a project for fiberglass finishing. Together with the regional provider EWE, the company wanted to lay mainly glass fiber in rural areas. But then the two also built in more attractive metropolitan areas, where the fiber optic cables of competitors like Vodafone was already lay. Vodafone complained against it and got right in front of the Higher Regional Court Düsseldorf.

appropriately suspected, the competitors should now observe how the Telekom converts their aggressively calculated plans. Against the expansion in the country, there is certainly hardly any objections - especially if the competition may market the laid leads. The targeted return of eight percent could be difficult to achieve because of the badly low cost costs. Due to the Telekom then rather in metropolitan areas instead of in the rural space fiber optic cable, resistance should rain.

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