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Unitymedia upgrades more towns to 400 Mbps

Monday 19 June 2017 | 16:49 CET | News
German cable operator Unitymedia announced new areas for an upgrade in its broadband network. By the end of June, around 2,600 households in Ochsenhausen amd more than 800 in Waibstadtare will benefit from broadband at up to 400 Mbps. The two projects are worth in total EUR 2 million in investment. 

The company also started a demand aggregation in the Erftstadt district of Niederberg and Borr. If at least 65 percent of the 360 households targeted express interest in the service, the company will expand its network to the area. 



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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Unitymedia
Countries: Ghana
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