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T-Mobile wants changes in KPN wholesale fibre deal - DT CEO

Friday 3 March 2017 | 16:18 CET | News
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T-Mobile Netherlands wants to amend wholesale broadband deal with KPN regarding access to its FTTH network, according to Deutsche Telekom CEO Timotheus Hoettges during the conference call for the fourth quarter and full year financial figures. He said that the acquisition of Vodafone Netherlands' fixed line operations was a defensive move to counter Ziggo/Vodafone and KPN's fixed mobile converged offerings. At the same time, he said that T-Mobile Netherlands is in discussion with KPN regarding the wholesale pricing, especially for FTTH. Hoettges said that he personally talked to KPN CEO Eelco

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Deutsche Telekom / KPN / T-Mobile Netherlands / VodafoneZiggo / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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