EnterNet to build open optical network in Hodmezovasarhely

Wednesday 26 October 2011 | 14:33 CET | News
Hungarian ISP EnterNet set up a joint venture with the local council of Hodmezovasarhely (SE Hungary) to build an open-access broadband optical network in the city of Hodmezovasarhely, writes MTI – Econews citing an announcement made by the company. The project is expected to take 2 years. Investment costs reach over HUF 2 billion and will be recouped in more than 5 years, EnterNet said. The first homes will be connected to the network at the beginning of 2012.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Enternet
Countries: Hungary
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