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Putten residents look to expand FTTH coverage plan

Monday 30 May 2011 | 14:42 CET | News
The Dutch municipality of Putten, in Gelderland, completed a demand assessment for FTTH services, attracting 23 percent of solicited households. Operator Reggefiber said the percentage is too low to start network roll-out, but dedcided to extend the sign-up period to 3 July in an attempt to reach 30 percent. Glashart (Reggefiber), KPN, Lijbrandt, Solcon and Kliksafe are the service providers on the planned network. According to De Puttenaer, a number of residents in outlying areas have formed a group to investigate whether the network coverage can be extended. This includes an area between

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Glashart / KPN / Reggefiber / Solcon
Countries: Netherlands
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