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CIF expands in Food Valley with Nijkerk deal

Wednesday 21 September 2016 | 11:06 CET | News
Dutch operator CIF has signed an agreement with the city of Nijkerk on bringing fibre to the area. CIF will conduct in 2017 a demand aggregation on FTTH services in outlying areas of the municipality. If at least 50 percent of the around 1,250 residents targeted sign up for services, the network roll-out will go ahead. The aim is to complete the roll-out by the end of 2018 or early 2019. The built-up centre of Nijkerk already has FTTH from Reggefiber. The convenant with Nijkerk is part of a bigger project to bring fibre to all five cities in the so-called Food Valley. CIF will also talk with

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: CIF / Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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