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CIF agrees roll-out in rural areas with Vechtdal Breed

Wednesday 23 September 2015 | 10:11 CET | News
Stichting Breedband Buitengebied Dalfsen and Stichting Vechtdal Breed have reached an agreement with CIF on bringing fibre broadband services to rural areas in their region. Around 4,500 households will benefit from the same offer as customers in the neighbouring areas covered by Cogas. As least half the residents need to commit to taking services under the offer, and then the network construction can begin. Agreements with the municipalities Dalfsen and Ommen are also needed on excavation work and permits. Residents will not be required to contribute to the construction costs, but will be

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Companies: CIF
Countries: Netherlands
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