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Nkom to invite bids for NOK 100 mln subsidies for international submarine cable

Monday 11 November 2019 | 11:59 CET | News
Norwegian communications regulator Nkom said it will invite applications for NOK 100 million in subsidies for a new international submarine fibre cable to make connectivity to and from Norway less vulnerable. Currently, most traffic to and from the country goes through Sweden or the Copenhagen area. Nkom said it is seeking the creation of an open, non-discriminatory, wholesale access facility on an alternative subsea fibre line.

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