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E-Fiber assesses FTTH demand in Schagen

Thursday 10 November 2016 | 08:29 CET | News
E-Fiber has started a demand aggregation for fibre services in Schagen. At least 40 percent of households, or around 10,000 households, need to sign up in order for the roll-out to go ahead. The company aims to cover the entire municipality with FTTH. Trined is participating as services provider. The initial deadline for the process had been set at mid-October but has since been moved to early January.

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