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Tweak to start services on E-Fiber network

Friday 30 December 2016 | 13:07 CET | News
Dutch operator Tweak announced an agreement to provide services over the E-Fiber network. Tweak is the second provider after TriNed on the network, offering internet up to 1 Gbps, fixed telephony and the Sparql TV service. E-Fiber is rolling out in the municipality of Landerd and expects the network to be completed in February. Tweak will start placing its own equipment in early 2017 at local exchanges in Schaijk, Reek and Zeeland to service the city. E-Fiber plans in 2017-2018 to expand its FTTH network to Bernheze, in the areas Heesch, Nistelrode, Heeswijk-Dinther, Vorstenbosch and

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Tweak
Countries: Netherlands
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