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T-Mobile Netherlands up for sale: to EQT or Parcom, or an IPO?

Tuesday 26 November 2019 | 15:39 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
Deutsche Telekom is reportedly preparing to put its Dutch unit T-Mobile Netherlands up for sale. Possible bidders are not obvious, apart from EQT, owner of fixed network assets in the Netherlands, or the private equity investor Parcom, which runs the Dutch MVNO Simpel. DT could also choose an IPO. We estimate the Dutch operator could be worth EUR 3.5-4.0 billion. 

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Companies: Altice Europe / BT / Caiway / Cbizz / Delta / Deutsche Telekom / Freenet / Iliad / KPN / Simpel / Tele2 Netherlands / T-Mobile Netherlands / T-Mobile US / Versatel / VodafoneZiggo
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