Eersel signs up enough residents for FTTH roll-out

Thursday 10 July 2014 | 16:07 CET | News
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The FTTH demand aggregation in Eersel has met the minimum 30 percent of residents signed up to go ahead with the network roll-out, the local organisers announced. The roll-out will cover Eersel, Duizel, Steensel, Vessem, Wintelre and Knegsel. The organisers are still processing the final subscriptions for the outlying areas adjacent to the towns, but they expect to also meet the minimum there, of 50 percent of residents taking services. Construction is expected to start in October. 

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