Not Helvetica, what is it?

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Font: 
TeleGrotesk
Solved by: 
ryukk

I need to recreate some T-Mobile collateral and I need to identify this font family. I'm sure this should be obvious to the experts here! Thanks.

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Unfortunately, it's their own corporate typeface called [[http://www.urwpp.de/cgi-bin1/dalcgi/source/schnellsuche_e.htd?searchchar...|TeleGrotesk]] and made by [[http://www.urw.de/english/fonts/identitype/telekom.html|URW++]]. If you're working officially for them, they should provide you a complete package... If not, try switching with [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/grotesk|URW++ Grotesk]] Narrow, far from perfect (main big difference is the single storey /[[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/urw/grotesk/urw-grotesk-t-regular-narrow/gl...|a]]) but could do the job.
Other alternative: [[https://www.klim.co.nz/retail-fonts/founders-grotesk-condensed|Founders Grotesk Condensed]], [[http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/mti/grotesque-display-mt|Grotesque Display MTI]]

[[http://www.urwpp.de/cgi-bin1/dalcgi/source/schnellsuche_e.htd?searchchar...|TeleGrotesk]] custom designed by URW for Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile parent company).

Ryuk got to this before me, I see.

Thanks guys!