KPN looks to end ADSL services, maintain ADSL2+

Monday 1 June 2015 | 10:55 CET | News
KPN Wholesale plans to stop offering ADSL services soon. From 01 January 2016, the Dutch operator will support only ADSL2+_POTS in the most-used DSLAMs, as well as its range of VDSL services. KPN has asked wholesale customers to assess whether this portfolio is sufficient and if changes are needed to shift orders to ADSL2+_POTS/ISDN. Some modems may also need adjustments. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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