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This excerpt taken from the DT 6-K filed Nov 6, 2008.

Network production – technical competencies bundled.



Deutsche Telekom will transfer its four technical centers to Deutsche Telekom Netzproduktion GmbH (DT NP) as of December 1, 2008. This will bundle responsibility for the technology core business and increase the economic performance of network production in the interests of customers. Some 6,000 employees across Germany will be transferred to DT NP. The objective is to apply the protection arrangements negotiated by Telekom Service in the previous year, such as protection against compulsory redundancies until the end of 2012 and against outsourcing until 2010. Talks with employee representatives will begin soon.

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