Gamma announces name change of Benelux subsidiaries, Dean One and gnTel, to Gamma Communications Nederland

Gamma’s Benelux subsidiaries, Dean One and gnTel, change name to Gamma Communications Nederland

Gamma Communications plc (“Gamma”), a leading technology-based provider of communication services, is pleased to announce that as of today, Dean One and gnTel, its Benelux-based subsidiary companies, will come together as Gamma Communications Nederland.

Acquired in 2018 and 2020 respectively, Dean One and gnTel offer a wide range of communications solutions for all segments of the business market. The rebranding allows the two companies to further align themselves with Gamma Communications plc and to present a more unified front in Europe as the parent company continues to strengthen its position in the market.

For Gamma, this name change represents the first step in its long-term strategy towards establishing one integrated company across all its European subsidiaries.

Since the acquisitions, the two companies have been central to Gamma’s European expansion and have seen continuous growth in their market. Coming together as Gamma Communications Nederland will accelerate their growth and create new opportunities for them and their partners.

Andrew Taylor, Gamma’s CEO, said: “We are delighted to announce Dean One and gnTel’s name change. We have worked closely with our Benelux team to continue to consolidate the Gamma name in the European market and this is a great step towards the realisation of our long-term strategy. This announcement not only solidifies our position but also lays the foundations for a unified Gamma across the UK and Europe.”

Gerben Wijbenga, CEO of Gamma Communications Benelux, said: “This announcement is a positive development for all involved and we are excited to further contribute to Gamma’s growth strategy as Gamma Communications Nederland. Together with our partners, and with the support of our parent company, we will be able to provide our customers with better service and solutions from one, trusted party.”