Brief History About T-mobile
T-Mobile (as embellished as · T ·· Mobile ·) is the brand name used by the German mobile operator’s subsidiary Deutsche Telekom AG. The brand is active in the Czech Republic (T-Mobile Czech Republic), the Netherlands (T-Mobile Netherlands), Poland (T-Mobile Polska), and the United States (T-Mobile US).
The name was previously used by subsidiaries in other countries, including Albania (now Telekom Albania), Austria (now Magenta Telekom), Croatia (now Hrvatski Telekom), Germany (now Deutsche Telekom), Hungary (now Magyar Telekom), Montenegro (now Crnogorski Telekom), northern Macedonia (now Makedonski Telekom), Romania (now Telekom Romania), Slovakia (now Slovak Telekom), United Kingdom (now EE Limited),
Since 1999 Deutsche Telekom has owned the holding company T-Mobile International AG for its mobile subsidiaries. From 2003 to 2007 T-Mobile International was one of the Deutsche Telekom sectors along with the “Broadband / Fixnet”, “Business Business” and “Group HQ and Shared Services” sectors.
In 2009, Deutsche Telekom transformed its structure to adopt a regional setup (Germany, Europe, USA) by combining its previously separate fixed and mobile subsidiaries to form integrated local companies, T-Mobile International itself was incorporated into Deutsche Telekom AG.
When T-Mobile International AG was present, the holding company was based in Bonn, Germany, and its subsidiaries operate cellular networks based on GSM, UMTS and LTE in Europe, the United States, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. The company owns financial shares in mobile operators in both Central and Eastern Europe.
Globally, T-Mobile International’s subsidiaries totaled nearly 230 million subscribers. T-Mobile International was the thirteenth largest mobile phone provider in the world by subscribers and the fourth largest multinational company after Vodafone in the UK, Airtel in India, and Spanish Telefonica.
On April 29, 2018, T-Mobile and Sprint announced a $ 26 billion merger deal, and the resulting company operates under the name T-Mobile.  FCC Chairman Ajit Bay announced that he would support the merger. On February 11, 2020, the deal was approved by a federal judge. The merger was completed on April 1, 2020, with Deutsche Telekom holding 43% of the company, Softbank by 24% and the rest 33% for public shareholders.
What is T-Mobile
T-Mobile, specifically US subsidiary T-Mobile in the U.S., will rename Seattle’s Safeco Field to T-Mobile Park from January 1, 2019 for 25 years.
T-Mobile, and specifically its US T-Mobile US company, have naming rights in the T-Mobile Arena on the Las Vegas Strip near Las Vegas.
The parent company of T-Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, is currently working as a sponsor of the Bundesliga club FC Bayern Munich. T-Mobile was also the official sponsor of the West Bromwich Albion team in the English Football League, and was sponsored by Rotherham United as well as Scottish Premier League clubs Rangers and Celtic.
T-Mobile co-sponsored Everton with the One2One brand, and also sponsored the 2002 FA Youth Cup final. T-Mobile was also a sponsor of the English club group Birmingham City. The phone company is also co-sponsoring leagues like the Austrian Football League, which is named T-Mobile Bundesliga. She was also the official global carrier of mobile phones for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and sponsored her cycling team, the T-Mobile (later HTC-High Road) team.
T-Mobile also contains banner ads in some Mexican soccer league matches, Liga MX, although it is not present in this country.
Since 2016, the wireless company has sponsored the Major League Baseball Run Derby.