In accordance with the article 14 of the Law of 2 May 2007, Belgacom publishes the following shareholding notifications it received from BlackRock Inc regarding participations held by different entities of the BlackRock Group.
Today Proximus is closing a chapter: the last telephone booths are disappearing from the streets. Thirty telephone booths will get a new (cultural or artistic) lease of life.
Proximus is launching the Engage Packs in collaboration with Hewlett-Packard Belgium bvba. This is an all-in-one solution which combines the rental of a smartphone, tablet or laptop with related services (insurance, configuration, central management and a helpdesk for employees) for a fixed price per month per device. Engage Packs are available starting from €29.50 per month. Along with its excellent mobile and fixed networks Proximus offers a complete solution for the new way of working.
Dominique Leroy, CEO of the Belgacom Group: “I’m proud to announce we had a successful start of the year 2015, with both operational and financial achievements supporting our 2016 ambition to return to sustainable growth. Besides a continued growth in our Mobile customer base, the commercial performance of our Fixed products was particularly strong in the first three months of the year, driven by our main brands Proximus and Scarlet. [...]
Three years ago, in April 2012, Proximus launched the Packs with Internet Everywhere: Start, Comfort and Maxi. These new Packs have been further enhanced over the past years (more volume, more speed, Happy Time, etc.). And now another feature will be added to these Packs at no extra charge: from 1 June, TV Replay will simply be included in these Packs.
Tessares aims to significantly improve convergence between fixed and mobile networks to offer a superior Internet experience.
2014 was an eventful year for Proximus, in which we developed our Fit for Growth strategy with a clear ambition to return to sustainable growth by 2016.