Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of T-Mobile Netherlands B.V.
T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. provides wireless communication services. It offers multimedia messaging, voice mail, Internet access, and short messaging services. The company was formerly known as Ben. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in The Hague, the Netherlands. T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. operates as a subsidiary of T-Mobile Netherlands Holding B.V.
The Hague, 2521 CC
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for T-Mobile Netherlands B.V.
Managing Director and Former Chief Executive Officer
Director of Corporate Communications
Director of Technology and Director
Director of Business Market Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. Key Developments
'Rtilium Signs New MVNE Contract with T-Mobile
Aug 25 14
Artilium announced it has signed a new agreement with T-Mobile Netherlands to use its network to offer the cloud-based ARTA platform to new MVNOs. Artilium said its platform helps MVNOs reduce their time to market and charges on a pay-as-you-go basis. The company is in talks with multiple MVNOs to use the ARTA platform from early 2015. Artilium is active in 11 countries and uses the T-Mobile network in the Netherlands to provide MVNE services to providers such as Bliep, MobileCare and Yellow Mobile.
T-Mobile Netherlands Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter of 2014
Aug 7 14
T-Mobile Netherlands reported earnings results for the second quarter of 2014. The company reported second-quarter revenues down 6.7% from a year earlier to EUR 379 million. EBITDA rose 39%, or 43% on an organic basis, to EUR 150 million. Capex was reduced by 13% compared to a year earlier to EUR 46 million, leaving the mobile operator with free cash flow up 89 % to EUR 104 million.
T-Mobile Changes Dutch Rail Wi-Fi Contract
Apr 1 14
T-Mobile Netherlands is changing its contract with the rail operator NS for Wi-Fi in trains. From 01 April, the operator will provide only the mobile connection for the service, while the NS will take care of the Wi-Fi technique itself. A spokesman for T-Mobile said the contract is not ending, merely changing from April. The operator won the three-year deal in November 2009 and the service started in March 2010. Since the end of 2013, all intercity trains in the country offer the Wi-Fi service.
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