Achterhoek looking for partners to help deploy fibre network

Thursday 20 July 2017 | 18:06 CET | News
Seven municipalities in the Achterhoek have taken the next step to deploy a covered fibre network in their rural areas. The plan is to establish a network of duct pipes, after which a commercial party will be able to roll out fibre.

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