Heeze-Leende sees sufficient fibre take-up in 5 of 9 areas targeted

Tuesday 13 March 2018 | 13:43 CET | News
The demand aggregation for fibre services in rural areas of the Dutch city of Heeze-Leende was successful in five of the nine clusters targeted, announced network operator HSLnet. Over 70 percent of residents in the five areas signed up for services, allowing the roll-out to go ahead from the this summer. The campaign will continue in the remaining areas. Plinq, TriNed and Vaibr are service providers on the project. 

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