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CIF to announce end-February areas for fibre roll-out

Monday 6 February 2017 | 15:24 CET | News
Dutch fibre operator CIF said it will announce at the end of this month its plans for rolling out its network further in rural areas in 2017. While the company made agreements with a number of cities to cover their less populated areas with FTTJ, it has since decided to slow the roll-out. CIF recently decided to complete first its ongoing projects and re- evaluate its roll-out plans on a regional basis. It has since told some cities that the roll-out will take longer than first envisaged. At the end of February CIF will announce which projects will go ahead. According to Telecompaper's FTTH

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