Two parties interested in Lochem fibre roll-out

Friday 27 May 2016 | 10:42 CET | News
Two parties are interested in rolling out fibre in rural areas of the Dutch town of Lochem, local councillor Jan Kottelenberg said according to the Stentor. One of them is CIF and the other is unknown. CIF is already active in other nearby towns and is in talks with the Lochem municipality. Kottelenberg said he expects a network will be rolled out in 2017. With the arrival of a second contender, the city should be able to negotiate better terms with CIF, he said. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: CIF
Countries: Netherlands
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