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GTT completes takeover of KPN International

Monday 2 December 2019 | 18:08 CET | News

GTT Communications announced it has completed the acquisition of KPN International, the Dutch carrier's global IP network serving enterprise and carrier clients. The takeover for EUR 50 million was first announced in July.

The deal gives GTT more than 400 enterprise and carrier clients, and GTT will also be the preferred international network supplier for several hundred additional clients retained by KPN. 

The operator also extends its portfolio with wide area networking, internet and transport services and adds further depth to its Tier 1 IP network in Europe.



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Categories: Fixed
Companies: GTT Communications / KPN
Countries: Europe / Netherlands
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