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Deutsche Telekom AG - Interim Group report - January 1 to March 31, 2011

32 Development of operations. Q1 2011 millions of € Q1 2010 millions of € Change millions of € Change % FY 2010 millions of € Total revenue 3,672 4,774 (1,102) (23.1) 16,840 Of which: Greece 863 997 (134) (13.4) 3,876 Of which: Romania 262 291 (29) (10.0) 1,165 Of which: Hungary 352 402 (50) (12.4) 1,517 Of which: Poland 440 441 (1) (0.2) 1,839 Of which: Czech Republic 268 279 (11) (3.9) 1,157 Of which: Croatia 256 267 (11) (4.1) 1,148 Of which: Netherlands 418 442 (24) (5.4) 1,767 Of which: Slovakia 202 230 (28) (12.2) 934 Of which: Austria 229 248 (19) (7.7) 983 Of which: United Kingdom - 783 (783) n.a. 783 Of which: Othera 435 462 (27) (5.8) 1,937 Profit from operations (EBIT) 365 675 (310) (45.9) 985 EBIT margin % 9.9 14.1 5.8 Depreciation, amortization and impairment losses (801) (859) 58 6.8 (4,157) EBITDA 1,166 1,534 (368) (24.0) 5,142 Special factors affecting EBITDA (60) (53) (7) (13.2) (606) EBITDA (adjusted for special factors) 1,226 1,587 (361) (22.7) 5,748 Of which: Greece 327 376 (49) (13.0) 1,433 Of which: Romania 61 72 (11) (15.3) 281 Of which: Hungary 145 162 (17) (10.5) 567 Of which: Poland 144 169 (25) (14.8) 691 Of which: Czech Republic 136 135 1 0.7 551 Of which: Croatia 104 113 (9) (8.0) 507 Of which: Netherlands 82 102 (20) (19.6) 461 Of which: Slovakia 95 107 (12) (11.2) 403 Of which: Austria 60 83 (23) (27.7) 283 Of which: United Kingdom - 167 (167) n.a. 167 Of which: Othera 69 106 (37) (34.9) 426 EBITDA margin (adjusted for special factors) % 33.3 33.2 34.1 Cash capex (512) (568) 56 9.9 (2,012) Average number of employees 62,366 70,125 (7,759) (11.1) 65,435 The contributions of the national companies correspond to their respective unconsolidated financial statements and do not take into consideration consolidation effects at the operating segment level. a Other: national companies of Bulgaria, Albania, the F.Y.R.O. Macedonia, and Montenegro, as well as ICSS (International Carrier Sales and Services), Europe Headquarters, and up to the end of May 2010, T-Mobile International UK.