Reggefiber to bring FTTH to Lelystad neighbourhoods

Thursday 14 July 2011 | 14:05 CET | News
Dutch operator Reggefiber has decided to connect households in Lelystad (the Landstreken and part of the Warande neighbourhoods) to fibre. The operator said enough people have registered for fibre services. In early July, the operator had said not enough had signed up to warrant a network roll-out. The registration closing date was 2 July. Roll out will start in the two pilot areas after the summer. At a later stage, residents in other neighborhoods will also be able to register for fibre.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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