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Re-Net on track to bring FTTP to 19,500 premises

Wednesday 23 May 2018 | 09:20 CET | News
Re-Net, a subsidiary of Dutch network operator Rendo, has three FTTH projects underway and one FTTO development, Rendo announced in its annual report. In total, the projects should result in 19,500 homes passed by FTTH and 800 premises by FTTO. 

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Countries: Netherlands
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