Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Vodafone Libertel B.V.
Vodafone Libertel B.V., a mobile telecommunications company in the Netherlands, that offers wireless telecommunication services such as Short Message Service, data, GPRS, and UMTS. The company’s SMS information services provide information regarding sport, entertainment, lifestyle, amusement, and games; and its WirelessWeb service offers customers continuous access to the Internet and public e-mail account from their GPRS handset. Data services include Data Connect application, which is an electricity meter cabinet with built-in SIMs, transmitting the power consumption daily to a central database; GPRS service is a packet-switched technology in which the user is always online; and UMTS servi...
Avenue Ceramique 300
Maastricht, 6221 KX
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Vodafone Libertel B.V.
Head of Distribution and Customer Services and Member of the Management Board
Head of Network and Member of the Management Board
Head of Purchasing and Member of Management Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Vodafone Libertel B.V. Key Developments
Vodafone Netherlands Introduces 'Like New' Smartphones
Aug 15 14
Vodafone Netherlands has launched 'Like New', an offer of nearly new mobile phones for sale. The pilot service allows customers taking a new subscription to acquire the phones. The handsets are models returned by customers within the 14-day window for canceling sales. Vodafone checks and resets the phones before sale, promising the new customer they will not be able to tell the difference from a new device. The 'Like New' phones offered at a discount of EUR 5 per month compared to normal prices, for phones including the Samsung Galaxy S5, iPhone 4s and iPhone 5s.
Vodafone Netherlands Reports Revenue and Operating Results for the First Quarter to June 2014
Jul 25 14
Vodafone Netherlands reported revenue and operating results for the first quarter to June 2014. The company reported service revenues of EUR 430.9 million for its fiscal first quarter to June, down 4.0% from a year earlier. The decline in revenues slowed compared to the previous quarter, helped by a recovering consumer market and higher ARPU due to its Red plans.
The company still lost 24,000 mobile customers in the three months, as 40,000 new postpaid customers were offset by the loss of 64,000 prepaid users. Prepaid now accounts for just 27.2% of the base, versus 31.6 a year ago. The company counted in total 5.243 million mobile customers at the end of June, down 1.5% from a year earlier. ARPU totaled EUR 25.2, up from EUR 24.3 in the previous quarter. Postpaid ARPU reached EUR 33.3 and prepaid was at EUR 4.3. With 4G coverage at 92%, the share of customers with smart phones was stable at 60.4%. Data traffic was up 86% year-on-year to 4,479 TB in the quarter. However, the company reports data traffic including MVNOs, while customer numbers exclude these. The company also reported voice traffic lower year-on-year at 2.66 billion minutes, and SMS volume down 25% to 479 million messages. On the fixed market, the company added 1,000 customers in the quarter for a total 43,000.
JCDecaux SA Announces its First Ever Use of 200 4G Small Cells in its Bus Shelters in Amsterdam, in Trial Collaboration with Vodafone Netherlands
Jun 24 14
JCDecaux SA announced its first ever use of 200 4G small cells in its bus shelters in Amsterdam, in a trial collaboration with Vodafone Netherlands. These low-voltage relay transmitters, with a capacity of up to several hundred metres, will help to enrich the network coverage and capacity offered to Vodafone Netherlands' customers by developing consistent performance zones in a very dense urban environment. After the introduction of numerous solutions in France and internationally, the Group is advancing its research and development strategy in the area of mobile connected urban services and has teamed up with telecom expert Sanjiv Ahuja for small cells initiatives. A city's ability to deploy a high quality network has become essential to its appeal and competitiveness. More than ever, local authorities, businesses, citizens and consumers need fast and instant access without interruption to new digital products and services. Street furniture equipment offers municipalities and mobile carriers a unique connectivity solution combining both a high and homogeneous density of sites in city centre as well as design and aesthetic hosting capacities.
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