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Deutsche Telekom in the Netherlands

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T-Mobile Netherlands is one of the biggest Dutch telecommunications operators in the Netherlands, delivering groundbreaking connectivity to consumers and businesses.

Offerings for consumers and businesses

T-Mobile Netherlands offers its customers simple, appealing access to telecommunications services mobile, fixed voice, internet and interactive television to consumers and businesses.  

T-Mobile continues to develop as the challenger in the market. It was the first Dutch operator to launch the eSIM in the Netherlands and introduced a groundbreaking fixed-mobile-converged (FMC) proposition to disrupt the fixed market. 

Furthermore, T-Mobile Netherlands continues to focus on reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and waste. The company uses its Recycle Movement and collaboration with “Closing the Loop” to focus on reducing e-waste and stimulating the reuse and recycling of smartphones.

Outlook

T-Mobile Netherlands continues to grow. Business developed very positively in the Netherlands over 2019. Revenue increased by 44.5 percent to 1.9 billion euros, compared to 2018. Adjusted EBITDA AL rose by 21.5 percent to 0.5 billion euros. This increase was mainly driven by the takeover of Tele2. Even without this effect, T-Mobile Netherlands recorded growth of 1.6 percent in revenue and of 19.4 percent in adjusted EBITDA AL. The company’s outstanding market position was underlined by the addition of 83,000 new mobile customers and 18,000 broadband customers, alone in the fourth quarter 2019.

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