KPN has begun the transition of its DTT platform Digitenne to the DVB-T2 standard.
Sony Pictures Television Network (SPTN) is expanding into OTT in Western Europe for the first time by launching Film1 as a direct-to-consumer subscription service in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands is still the largest revenue contributor to the M7 Group with €159.6 million during 2016, down by 9.2% year-on-year.
KPN will introduce a new portfolio of residential subscriptions on July 1 giving customers even more opportunity to compile a package according to their own needs.
KPN gained an additional 27,000 IPTV and 12,000 broadband subscribers in the first quarter.
Vodafone has confirmed that it will sell its Dutch fixed-line business, known as Vodafone Thuis, to T-Mobile Netherlands for an undisclosed fee.
The Dutch Radiocommunications Agency (Agentschap Telecom) has confirmed that the DTT operator Digitenne, which is owned by KPN, has obtained a new licence valid until February 1, 2030.
Vodafone and Liberty Global have announced their intention to appoint Jeroen Hoencamp as chief executive and Ritchy Drost as CFO of the two companies’ proposed 50-50 joint venture business combining Vodafone Netherlands and Ziggo.
The number of Dutch homes receiving quad-play services stood at over 700,000 as of the end of 2015.
The number of FTTH subscribers in the Netherlands exceeded the 1 million mark as of the end of March.