Orange France, SFR to test fibre co-investment in two towns

Friday 15 January 2010 | 09:18 CET | News
Orange France and SFR have agreed to test co-investment in fibre deployment in two towns in the Paris area, according to a letter to the prime minister obtained by Les Echos. Both operators will roll out fibre to sharing points in the municipalities of Bondy and Palaiseau that will be able to serve 100 to 1,000 homes. From these points SFR will build and operate fibre to the home in Bondy and Orange will do so in Palaiseau. Investment will be shared, and the operators envisage forming a company that would be open to any operators who wish to join it, according to the letter. The agreement

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Orange Business France / SFR
Countries: France
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