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FTTH NL: competition in Fryske Marren, Reggefiber becomes KPN NetwerkNL, Delta joins Cogas network

Monday 13 May 2019 | 10:26 CET | News
Kabelnoord has started its demand aggregation campaign in the outlying parts of De Fryske Marren ahead of schedule. This had been planned for early 2020. The operator wants at least 60 percent of residents signed up by 24 June in order to continue with the network roll-out. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Caiway / Cbizz / CIF / Delta / Glasvezel Buitenaf / Helden van Nu / KPN / Reggefiber / Solcon
Countries: Netherlands
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