Belgacom starts new FTTH trials

Thursday 17 October 2013 | 11:21 CET | News
Belgacom plans to test FTTH in three neighbourhoods of Brecht, Bredene and Brussels. A total 400 households in new-build areas will be connected to the service, Tweakers reported. To date, Belgacom has focused on upgrading its copper network to VDSL, without taking the next step to FTTx technology. The 400 households will receive triple-play services with broadband at 200/50 Mbps. A spokesman for Belgacom told Telecompaper that the roll-out is in preparation for a possible commercial launch, but no timeline has been set yet. Belgacm earlier tested fibre services in Sint-Truiden and La

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Belgacom
Countries: Belgium
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