The whole world …

The news, the weather report, and the biggest dictionary in the world. All our favorite series, our entire music collection, and the contents of our bookshelf. Family photos and posts from our loved ones. Street maps from all over the world. What do all these things have in common? Thanks to the worldwide web, we have them with us all the time – no matter where we are.


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We’re working hard on the network expansion in both the fixed and mobile networks. And we will live up to our responsi­bility for Germany's digital future. Tim Höttges, Chairman of the Board of Management, Deutsche Telekom AG

Superfast fiber-optic cables

Through the air

We wish it were a thing of the dim and distant past – the mobile coverage gap. By the end of 2021, we had outdone all other network providers by bringing fast LTE mobile communications to 99 percent of households in Germany. The remaining gaps are to be filled as quickly as possible. To achieve that, we aim to get more than 1 500 new cell sites up and running each year. That’s sometimes easier said than done, though, because building or legal regulations mean masts cannot be erected everywhere they are required. To close the final gaps in the mobile network, we are using various levers:

1Sharing masts

2Seamlessly surfing on the train

3Climate-neutral network

5G on its way

5G is up to 100 times faster than LTE. By 2025, we want to provide 99% of households with superfast 5G.

  • Status end of 2022
  • Target by end of 2025
  • 94%Coverage
  • 99%Coverage

What we need for 5G

Rolling out a new technology over a wider area is always pioneering work. For us as a society to benefit from the advantages of the new technology as best we can, three things in particular are needed:




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