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Citymesh signs fixed, mobile wholesale agreement with Proximus

Monday 9 November 2020 | 08:52 CET | News
Belgian operator Citymesh has reached a wholesale deal with Proximus to use the latter's fixed and mobile networks. The deal will add to its own wireless network and help expand its range of services for business customers. 

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Companies: Citymesh / Proximus
Countries: Belgium
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