KPN Fibre attracts new customers with neighbourhood projects

Tuesday 12 April 2011 | 08:38 CET | News
KPN Fibre (KPN Glasvezel) is using donations for good causes as a way to attract customers to fibre. KPN Fibre launched on 11 April a community study in the Eastern Docklands of Amsterdam (Oostelijk Havengebied), to see how quality of life could be improved. The results of the area study will form an important part of KPN's "Connect yourself to the neighbourhood" campaign, which will run from 18 April to 31 May. All residents who take out a new KPN fibre subscription during this period will be able to donate EUR 25 to the top three neighbourhood projects of their choice. The project that gets

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Categories: Internet
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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