Molenwaard pulses interest in citywide fibre network

Monday 4 April 2016 | 16:55 CET | News
The foundation Glasvezel Molenwaard has started looking at local interest in the Dutch town for a city-wide fibre network. If at least 50 percent of households sign up for services, the foundation considers the roll-out viable. Reggefiber already rolled out fibre in parts of the municipality a few years ago, and the foundation would like to cover the rest of the area. As of earlier April it said it had already signed up 38 percent of residents. 

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