Reggefiber tests fibre services in outlying area of Bergeijk

Monday 9 September 2013 | 16:57 CET | News
Reggefiber plans to connect around 30 households in outlying areas of Bergeijk to its FTTH network. This is part of a pilot by the operator to test interest in fibre services in less-dense areas. As part of an agreement with the municipality, the residents will be reponsible for the construction work to bring the connection from the nearby area of Weebosch.

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Companies: Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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