#Press release

T-Mobile launches fiber-optic services with Eurofiber

T-Mobile and Eurofiber have concluded a strategic partnership agreement to provide fiber-optic services to the business market. This partnership agreement gives T-Mobile direct access to Eurofiber’s nationwide fiber-optic network, enabling it to roll out its new proposition for business customers. The partnership provides an ideal platform for T-Mobile to reinforce its position on the business market. In addition to its premium mobile offering, it can now provide total solutions over Eurofiber’s advanced fiber-optic infrastructure as well. In addition to fixed-mobile converged solutions and cloud services, the portfolio will also include internet services for its customers. T-Mobile also plans to add other IT services in the cloud to its portfolio in the future.

Marieke Snoep, T-Mobile Director of Business Market and Customer Operations: “T-Mobile will expand its services to the business market rapidly. In order to meet our customers’ demand for high capacity and bandwidth for their data requirements, we need a total offering based on a future proof technology. We have now accomplished this: a superior network, a flexible fixed-mobile solution and now also fiber-optic internet services.”

The strategic collaboration with Eurofiber coincides with the introduction of T-Mobile Cloud & Clear, a flexible solution for fixed and mobile telephony. Cloud & Clear is suitable for customers with or without a private switchboard. In the latter case, access to the cloud is provided via a future-proof fiber-optic connection.

Jeanine van der Vlist, Commercial Director of Eurofiber: “There is a match between Eurofiber’s state-of-the-art fiber-optic connections and T-Mobile’s premium mobile network. The added value of the partnership between both parties is also demonstrated by the outstanding quality of our combined market offering. We are proud of this result and are convinced that T-Mobile will contribute significantly to further accelerating the roll-out of fiber-optic connections in the Netherlands.”