Base has switched on its LTE network in 15 cities, and Mobistar is testing its own equivalent, but regulations mean that Brussels remains a notable 4G black spot.
The latest tech news from Belgium and the Netherlands.
Martin began his IT career in 1998 covering games and gadgets, only to discover that the scope of his interests extended far beyond that. Ironically, where he used to cover 'anything with a plug', he now focuses on the wireless world. A self-pronounced Apple enthusiast who can't live without his Windows PC, he writes tech news, reviews and tutorials for the Dutch market and stories about flying elephants for his two sons.
A draft bill that force tech firms to disclose when they suffer security breaches has drawn the ire of the Netherlands' IT industry.
The Belgian telco is dealing with the aftermath of an intrusion into its IT systems - with the NSA named as a potential suspect.
The Mexican telco's proposed acquisition of KPN has disintegrated thanks to a surprise move by the Dutch company's independent foundation.
A court in the Hague has ordered Dutch telcos to cut mobile termination rates, but by significantly less than the country's watchdog had been calling for.
While the Mexican telco prepares to buy KPN, the Dutch incumbent is looking into the sale of a German subsidiary.
The Mexican telco is aiming to take over the Dutch incumbent in a move that may disrupt the sale of Germany's E-Plus.
Problems with domain name servers caused unsuspecting websites to carry the Black Hole exploit kit.
Four cities now have 4G coverage from the operator, the second in the country to offer fourth-generation services.
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- 2 Downloading pirate material finally becomes illegal in the Netherlands
- 3 Netherlands gets second 4G network as Vodafone LTE goes live
- 4 Privacy outrage causes bank to ditch plans for targeted ads based on customers' spending habits
- 5 Free wi-fi sharing service hits 120,000 Dutch hotspots