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M-net postpones large FTTB project in Bavaria

Thursday 17 January 2019 | 10:17 CET | News
German regional network operator M-net is postponing the completion of the FTTB fibre project in Cham, Bavaria, to mid-2019, Onlinekosten.de reports. Customers may claim for damages because of the delay. A spokesperson said that M-net is working tirelessly with the district authority to find a solution.

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Companies: M-Net
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