Heeze-Leende FTTH network to starting rolling out in Oct

Monday 4 April 2011 | 09:38 CET | News
The Dutch municipality of Heeze will see a fibre roll out begin in October, if the project goes as planned, Liberal Party VVD MP Jos van Bree told the Eindhoven Dagblad. The municipality is looking for a household interest level at 50 percent. The fibre network project for Heeze-Leende is estimated to cost EUR 6.75 million. The council may decide to go with a recommendation and work according to a cooperative model. The municipality will be one of the guarantors for a loan to the cooperative of EUR 4.75 million. The cooperative will contract construction will own the network. The cooperative

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