Small, growing group of fibre customers consider switch to cable

Friday 5 January 2018 | 10:16 CET | News
The latest research by Telecompaper suggests fibre broadband subscribers may be getting more interested in a switch to cable. The annual survey previously found no such interest, but the situation has changed slightly in 2017.  

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Companies: HBO / KPN / Telecompaper / Telfort / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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