Company Spotlight: Royal KPN NV

July 2006
MarketWatch: Telecoms;Jul2006, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p19
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The article focuses on Royal KPN NV, the largest telephone company that focuses on fixed network, mobile, IP and data services in Netherlands. The company operates in three divisions including fixed, mobile and other services. The fixed division offers retail and wholesale access services on the Dutch fixed network, local, national, and international telephony. The mobile division provides mobile telecommunications services in Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium.


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