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Dutch Broadband 2018-Q4

2019-03-12 16:25:00| Telecompaper Reports

This report analyses developments in the fourth quarter of 2018 in the Dutch market for broadband internet access, focusing on mass market connections including consumer and SOHO (Small Office Home Office). The report further includes data on triple-play developments, fixed market revenues and broadband revenues. The findings are compared with results from previous periods. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch broadband communication services market. The focus is on cable network operators (Ziggo, Delta, Caiway), DSL network operators (KPN, Online.nl, Tele2) and FTTH providers (including KPN, Caiway).

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