Belgian telco Belgacom has agreed to divest 100% of the shares in IT services company Telindus France in a deal with Vivendi worth €95 million.
Belgacom is shedding the asset for €95 million on a cash and debt free basis, with the binding agreement reached with Vivendi following exclusive talks between the firms in February.
Belgacom said that Groupe Telindus France generated pro-forma revenues of €241 million and EBITDA of €11 million in 2013.
The deal is subject to approval by the French Competition Authorities.
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