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Cbizz informs customers of fibre roll-out plans

Tuesday 12 March 2013 | 11:25 CET | News
Cbizz, the business arm of Caiway, announced that the cable offering in a number of Dutch cities will be expanded with the addition of fibre connections. Businesses will see fibre delivered to the building's utilities cabinet, and then have a choice of several service providers over the line. CBizz will make its own services offering, with a focus on a choice of services and maintaining technical features and equipment, it said. The new services can be activated as soon as the fibre network is ready. The fibre connections will be deployed by CIF in Aalsmeer, Alphen, Altforst, Appeltern,

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Caiway / Cbizz / CIF
Countries: Netherlands
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