July 25, 2017 3:32 PM ET

Wireless Telecommunication Services

Company Overview of T-Mobile Netherlands B.V.

Company Overview

T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. provides wireless communication services. It offers multimedia messaging, voice mail, Internet access, and short messaging services. T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. was formerly known as Ben NL. 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.

Waldorpstraat 60

The Hague,  2521 CC


Founded in 1998


31 61 409 5000


31 61 409 5024

Key Executives for T-Mobile Netherlands B.V.

Interim Chief Financial Officer
Head of the Enterprise Activities
Chief Technology Officer
Director of Corporate Communications
Vice President of B2B Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

T-Mobile Netherlands B.V. Key Developments

T-Mobile Netherlands and Sony Open Partner Store in Amsterdam

T-Mobile Netherlands and Sony opened a partner store in the Kalverstraat, Amsterdam's premier shopping street. A first for the companies in Europe, the store will offer customers advice on devices and subscriptions and the chance to experiment with new phones and technology, such as the Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia Touch.

T-Mobile Netherlands Reports Revenue Results for the First Quarter of 2017

T-Mobile Netherlands reported revenue results for the first quarter of 2017. For the quarter, the company reported revenues increased by 5.2% to EUR 341 million. The increase was entirely due to T-Mobile Thus, which was fully included for the first time and contributed EUR 21 million.

T-Mobile Netherlands to Face the Dutch Regulator ACM in Court

T-Mobile Netherlands will face the Dutch regulator ACM in court on 23 March in a case over whether zero-rated music streaming is permissible under net neutrality rules. The ACM has said T-Mobile's offer of zero-rated mobile data for music streaming violates the law, while T-Mobile prefers a different interpretation of the EU's net neutrality legislation. Introduced in October, the 'Data-free music' offer from T-Mobile gives customers with a plan of 6 GB or more per month unlimited data for music streaming from a range of providers. Around 25 providers have signed up for the offer, and T-Mobile says it is open to anyone joining. The EU law and associated guidelines from Berec do not include a strict ban on zero-rating of this sort. T-Mobile claims the EU law should prevail and the Dutch ban should be overturned. For the moment it is still offering the zero-rated streaming, while the case is before the court in Rotterdam.

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