Reggefiber to bring FTTH to Emmeloord

Thursday 28 August 2014 | 16:04 CET | News
Reggefiber has agreed a partnership with the municipality of Noordoostpolder to deploy a FTTH network in the built-up area of Emmeloord. The agreement covers the terms of the deployment, including local digging and construction. Emmeloord is the last town in the province of Flevoland to receive fibre coverage. Almere, Zeewolde and Dronten are already covered, and Reggefiber is in the process of deploying networks in Lelystad and Urk. In the latter two, the share of homes passed is already well over half. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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