CIF inks fibre deployment deal with Wageningen

Wednesday 24 January 2018 | 16:56 CET | News
The Dutch municipality of Wageningen has signed a covenant with Dutch operator CIF for a campaign that will lead to the deployment of a fibre optic network in the outlying areas of ​​the municipality. In the covenant between CIF initiation Glasvezel Buitenaf and the municipality of Wageningen, agreements were made about adherence depths, fees, supervision, communication, work agreements and implementation. Wageningen has about 220 possible connections in its rural areas.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: CIF
Countries: Netherlands
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