KPN names former Telenet CEO to board

Duco Sickinghe

Dutch telco KPN has appointed former Telenet CEO Duco Sickinghe to its supervisory board. In addition to Sickinghe, KPN has named Claudia Zuiderwijk, president of… Read more

Accenture and KPN team up to bring TV apps to Google Glass

Accenture Google glass

Accenture and Dutch telco KPN have developed a proof of concept to bring interactive TV services to the Google Glass device. Accenture said that the… Read more

KPN sets out IPTV, 4G and bundled offering focus

Dutch telco KPN said that its focus is now on 4G, IPTV and multiplay bundles, after adding 80,000 IPTV customers in the fourth quarter of… Read more

KPN names new residential business chief

Dutch telco KPN has named Jaap Postma as senior executive vice-president of its consumer residential and consumer mobile businesses in the Netherlands.  Postma, who will… Read more

KPN launches TV on Xbox 360

Dutch telco KPN has made its Interactieve TV IPTV service available via the Xbox 360 games console.  The Interactieve TV Online app for Xbox 360… Read more

KPN launches SVoD service Videoland Unlimited

Dutch telco KPN has launched a subscription video-on-demand service, Videoland Unlimited, for €10 a month as part of its Interactieve TV IPTV service. The service… Read more

KPN sees strong IPTV growth

Dutch telco KPN added 72,000 IPTV customers in the third quarter. The growth in IPTV gave KPN a TV market share of 25%, up five… Read more

KPN approves sale of E-Plus

Dutch telecom incumbent KPN has approved the sale of its German subsidiary E-Plus to Telefónica Deutschland for €5 billion in cash and a 20.5% stake… Read more

KPN loses finance chief

KPN chief financial officer Eric Hageman is to leave the company due to personal circumstances.  The Dutch telco said Hageman will leave the company and… Read more

KPN names new chief technology officer

Dutch telco KPN has named Erik Hoving to the new post of group chief technology officer. Hoving was previously head of KPN’s strategy, innovation and… Read more