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Ewe Tel continues regional broadband offensive

Tuesday 17 December 2013 | 14:44 CET | News
German regional network operator Ewe Tel can serve around 750,000 households in around 425 towns and communities with high-speed broadband services up to 50 Mbps. An additional 70,000 homes can be connected direct to the fibre-optic network (FTTH).

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: EWE Tel
Countries: Germany
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