White & Case LLP advised Deutsche Telekom (DT) before the European Commission (EC), which has unconditionally approved the acquisition of Tele2 NL by DT subsidiary T-Mobile Netherlands.
The expanded company will have an anticipated annual revenue in excess of €2 billion, with around 4.3 million mobile post-paid subscribers. The clearance decision follows an in-depth Phase II investigation, which the EC opened in June to assess the proposed acquisition. This type of merger is known as a four-to-three merger, and the Commission tends to subject these to a high level of scrutiny.
Deutsche Telekom AG offers telecommunications services. The Company led by Timotheus Hottges, Christian P Illek and Birgit Bohle, in 2017 recorded $75 Billion Revenues.
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