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FTTH Council calls for action on misleading fibre marketing

Thursday 3 December 2020 | 08:01 CET | News
The FTTH Council Europe has called on national and EU authorities to take action on misleading advertising over 'fibre' broadband. A new report by Wik, released at the Council's annual conference, found that many consumers are confused about the term and think they have fibre even when they don't.

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