Eindhoven city centre misses out on FTTH

Monday 2 January 2017 | 10:36 CET | News
The centre of Eindhoven and areas Gestel and Strijp will not receive fibre broadband. KPN has decided instead to upgrade the VDSL network, writes the Eindhovens Dagblad. KPN said VDSL can be rolled out faster and costs less. The municipality said this doesn't square with what KPN said a few years ago when it acquired Reggefiber at the end of 2014. In April 2013, Reggefiber had already started a demand aggregation in the Eindhoven area Stratum. Around three-quarters of the city already has access to FTTH. KPN said it wasn't halting the fibre roll-out in Eindhoven, and was still bringing fibre

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KPN / Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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