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Fiber NL calls out Ziggo in broadband market challenge

Thursday 12 March 2015 | 16:03 CET | News
Fiber Nederland plans to take up the challenger role on the Dutch broadband market, going after market leader Ziggo. Fiber said Ziggo maintains high prices, while cutting hundreds of jobs and paying its CEO a bonus in the millions. It also doesn't allow other service providers on its network and uses misleading marketing. The 'little Fiber NL', as the company profiles itself, aims to offer an alternative for customers. Fiber offers services over the Reggefiber FTTH network. If no fibre is available in the area, a customer can also obtain DSL services from the operator. Commercial

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Fiber Nederland / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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