Solcon begins registering FTTH interest in Putten, Nunspeet

Tuesday 26 April 2011 | 10:23 CET | News
Dutch ISP Solcon has begun assessing interest in a fibre network in Nunspeet and Putten. Residents are invited to indicate their interest to the ISP. Solcon said it will offer a starter deal for fibre internet with 30 Mbps at EUR 35. Those who register before 5 July will also get 12 months of free calls and analogue TV. BST and Reggefiber also began assessing interest in FTTH in Putten at the beginning of March.

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Reggefiber / Solcon
Countries: Netherlands
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