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Guidance, IT hold back KPN's FTTH ambitions

Wednesday 16 December 2009 | 16:12 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
KPN has released the results of its tests of FTTH and FTTC services, which have been running since 2008 in ten cities. The results are encouraging, as the very limited offer (highly asymmetric broadband, high prices) did not prevent the company from reaching a penetration within around nine months of 30 percent in FTTH areas and 22 percent for FTTC. A better services offer and wholesale partners can boost that further. We can assume then that the company will make the FTTH service symmetric and try and find wholesale customers. We can hardly think of a better way to 'pitch' Reggefiber to

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Companies: KPN / Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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