VodafoneZiggo
TypeBesloten vennootschap
IndustryTelecomunications
Founded31 December 2016
Founder
Headquarters,
Area served
Netherlands
Key people
Jeroen Hoencamp (CEO)
ProductsMobile telephony and fixed telephony
Owner
Subsidiaries
Websitewww.vodafoneziggo.nl

VodafoneZiggo Group Holding B.V. is a Dutch joint venture between Vodafone Plc and Ziggo B.V., announced in February 2016,[1][2][3] approved by the European Commission in August 2016[4] and completed in December 2016.[5][6][7][8]

VodafoneZiggo is headquartered in Utrecht.[9]

Leadership

After the founding, Jeroen Hoencamp was appointed CEO of VodafoneZiggo since 2016.[10][11][12] Hoencamp was previously CEO of Vodafone Ireland since 2010.[13] He remains CEO as of 2019.[14]

Vodafone Netherlands

See also: Vodafone Netherlands

Ziggo

See also: Ziggo

Subsidiaries of Ziggo N.V.

From their annual report of 2013:[18]

References

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