The growth of TV and video market is sharply down now that the pandemic is out of the equation year-on-year, according to research by Telecompaper.
Almost half (3.9 million) of Dutch households now have access to fibre-optic services.
The Dutch incumbent KPN has rejected two unrelated and unsolicited takeover bids, concluding that they failed to “provide tangible and material added value” over its recent updated growth strategy.
KPN is broadening its film offer following a new partnership with Pathé Thuis.
Sweden’s EQT and the New York-based Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners are reported to be preparing to make a bid for the Dutch incumbent KPN.
Swedish private equity firm EQT is considering a takeover of Dutch operator KPN, in what would be its largest-ever acquisition, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg.
The Dutch incumbent KPN has become the first telco in Europe to test sustainable fibre-optic cabling.
The Dutch telco KPN ended the second quarter 2,293,000 subscribers to its TV services.
The Dutch incumbent has launched a TV service targeting SMEs.
The Dutch Appeal Tribunal for Trade and Industry (CBb) has ruled that KPN and VodafoneZiggo no longer need to open their networks to smaller competitors.