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Re-Net, ZDOG successful wtih fibre registration process in Hoogeveen

Wednesday 10 January 2018 | 16:57 CET | News
The ZaandDorpen Op Glas (ZDOG) working group found enough interest during the registration process for fibre services, for the rural areas of Hoogeveen, namely Pesse, Fluitenberg and Stuifzand. Around 51 percent of the households registered; the group was looking for at least 50 percent.

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