Castricum nears end of FTTH demand assessment

Monday 30 May 2011 | 14:51 CET | News
The demand assessment for FTTH services in Castricum and Bakkum is set to close shortly, and the associated service providers are working to sign up the needed 30 percent of residents for the project. According to the Nieuwsblad van Castricum, the required threshold has not yet been reached, and the deadline is 4 June. Reggefiber, KPN, KickXL are XMS active in the area.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KPN / Reggefiber / XMS
Countries: Netherlands
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