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Broadband

Nuenen fibre network opens up to all providers

Thursday 16 June 2016 | 10:39 CET | News
The Cooperative OnsNet Nuenen announced that since June its fibre network is open to all service providers. After around eight years of only OnsNet Nuenen providing services, the network opened up in 2013 to Vodafone, TriNed, KPN, XS4ALL, Fieber and Helden van Nu. After an investment in the PoP, it's now possible for all households to choose their own services provider. Only providers active on Reggefiber networks are available.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: OnsNet Nuenen
Countries: Netherlands
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