Dutch telecom provider Bliep is bankrupt and makes a new start




The Dutch virtual mobile provider Bliep is bankrupt. The company makes an immediate start as part of United Telecom. The ‘Youth provider says that customers will not change the services or the products themselves.

* Bleep Artilium, parent company of United Telecom, bought “youth provider Bliep for 190,000 euros. The court in Amsterdam said Monday before the collapse of the telecom provider. Bleep exists since 2012 and offered unlimited long, slow mobile internet for 50 cents a day. Earlier this year, stepped on the provider T-Mobile to Tele2, with the option for unlimited internet for 50 cents a day disappeared .

Bleep currently has about 21,000 customers. That there were eighteen months ago, more than 50,000. The annual revenue is EUR 1.2 million, suggesting that customers spend on average less than 5 euros per month for the provider.

In addition to the purchase price of 190,000 euros, the company must also pay unpaid bills to Tele2. These amounts 205,000 euros and the company has to meet in the course of 2016 and 2017. Blip began as part of the TMG, but the founders bought the virtual provider since the inception of.

For customers, nothing changes, said spokesman Dongen Edwin behalf Bliep against Tweakers. “The service is running normally. On the product nothing changes.”


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