KPN to stop repairing copper lines in FTTH areas

Friday 26 June 2020 | 16:54 CET | News
KPN Wholesale said that it will stop repairing copper lines in FTTH areas. If a line gets damaged for an end user, KPN will provide a workaround procedure to immediately transfer that household to fibre. The halt will start on 1 July for addresses with a fully installed fibre connection (FTTH type NLS6).

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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