Tele2 customers least interested in moving to fibre

Wednesday 22 February 2017 | 14:29 CET | News
Tele2 Netherlands' broadband customers are the least interested in switching to fibre, according to research by the Telecompaper Consumer Panel. Only 30 percent of Tele2 customers not already on fibre said they would like to move to FTTH, compared to a market average of 38 percent. Around 6 percent of Tele2 customers said they are considering the switch, and 5 percent said they've already signed a contract for fibre. The remaining 19 percent would like to switch, but fibre is not available at their address. KPN's DSL customers showed the most interest in moving to fibre, at 46 percent, while

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: KPN / Tele2 / Telfort / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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