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Proximus gets EUR 400 mln loan from EIB to accelerate fibre rollout

Wednesday 7 March 2018 | 14:38 CET | News
Proximus has signed a deal to get EUR 400 million from the European Investment Bank (EIB), in support of the operator's Fibre for Belgium programme. Under that programme, Proximusc plans to invest EUR 3 billion over 10 years to accelerate the deployment of future-proof fibre networks in the country. The company aims to bring fibre to 85 percent of the businesses and city and municipal centres in Belgium. 

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: European Investment Bank / Proximus
Countries: Belgium
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