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Changes in the composition of the Group and other transactions

In the first three months of 2022, Deutsche Telekom conducted the following transactions, which had an impact on the composition of the Group. Other changes to the composition of the Group not shown here were of no material significance for Deutsche Telekom’s interim consolidated financial statements.

Sale of T‑Mobile Netherlands

On September 6, 2021, Deutsche Telekom and Tele2 signed an agreement to sell T‑Mobile Netherlands to WP/AP Telecom Holdings IV, a private equity consortium advised by Apax Partners and Warburg Pincus. The transaction was consummated on March 31, 2022 after obtaining the necessary approvals from the authorities and satisfying the other closing conditions. The sale price is based on an enterprise value of EUR 5.1 billion. The cash proceeds – based on a shareholding of 75 % – amounted to EUR 3.6 billion. The gain on deconsolidation resulting from the sale amounted to EUR 0.9 billion.

Joint venture GlasfaserPlus with IFM

On November 5, 2021, Deutsche Telekom announced that IFM Global Infrastructure Fund – advised by IFM Investors – would acquire a stake of 50 % in GlasfaserPlus GmbH, a fiber-optic build-out entity. The sale of a 50 % stake in GlasfaserPlus was consummated on February 28, 2022, after the EU Commission approved the transaction on January 25, 2022 and the other closing conditions had been satisfied. The sale price was EUR 0.9 billion. The first tranche of the purchase price of EUR 0.4 billion was paid upon completion of the transaction. The remainder will arise in stages upon achieving certain build-out milestones. In this connection, a contingent consideration receivable of EUR 0.5 billion was recognized under other financial assets upon completion of the transaction. The resulting joint venture is to build out an additional four million gigabit-capable FTTH lines in rural and development areas by 2028. Following the loss of control as a result of the transaction, the GlasfaserPlus entities were deconsolidated as of February 28, 2022. The resulting gain on deconsolidation of EUR 1.7 billion is included in other operating income. The portion of the gain on deconsolidation attributable to the measurement of the shares in the GlasfaserPlus entities remaining at Deutsche Telekom at their fair value at the date when control was lost, amounted to EUR 0.9 billion. Since February 28, 2022, the shares in the joint venture have been included in the consolidated financial statements as an investment accounted for using the equity method with a carrying amount of EUR 0.9 billion.

For further information on the carrying amount of the contingent consideration receivable, please refer to the section “Disclosures on financial instruments.”

FTTH – Fiber To The Home
In telecommunications FTTH means that the fiber-optic cable is terminated right in the user’s home or apartment.