KPN


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KPNKoninklijke PTT Nederland (Royal Dutch Telecom)
KPNKetua Polis Negara (Indonesian: Chairman of State Policy)
KPNKahn Process Networks (computation model)
KPNKonfederacja Polski Niepodleglej (Polish conservative party)
KPNKarkonoskim Parku Narodowym (Polish: Karkonoskim National Park)
KPNKaladan Press Network (Myanmar)
KPNKey Person Network (Oklahoma)
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GTT said the acquisition of KPN International deepens the company's market presence in the European region.
KPN International is a telecommunications and IT provider, serving both Dutch and International customers with its connectivity and value-added services.
Cloud networking service company GTT Communications Inc (NYSE:GTT) announced on Monday that it has entered into a definitive purchase agreement to acquire KPN International for approximately EUR50m in cash on a cash and debt-free basis in the third quarter of 2019, subject to obtaining the required regulatory approvals.
KPN is the Dutch incumbent telecoms operator with strong market positions across all segments.
The agreement builds upon the success of KPN iTV, an interactive digital video service that Accenture helped KPN launch in 2012.
Dutch telecoms operator KPN (AMS:KPN) confirmed interest from various parties in a possible acquisition of its Belgian mobile phone unit, without disclosing any names.
Billionaire Carlos Slim's Movil said it could withdraw its E7.2bn ([pounds sterling]6.1bn, $9.6bn) bid for the carrier after a Dutch foundation bought almost 50% of KPN's voting stock and asked Movil to increase its offer.
Movil's e1/42.40 per share bid for KPN announced on Friday offers a 20 per cent premium on Thursday's closing price, valuing the company's stock at around e1/410.3 billion, and the 70 per cent it doesn't already own at e1/47.2 billion.
Dutch telecoms operator KPN announced Tuesday a first quarter profit that was slashed by more than half, saying it would pay no dividend in 2013 or 2014 because of a three-billion-euro rights issue.
KPN, rated BBB by S&P and Baa2 by Moody's, sold the debt to institutional investors under its global medium-term note programme.
KPN is the leading Telecommunications and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) service provider in The Netherlands.