Vodafone Germany to connect underserved areas with fibre in territory hit by floods

Wednesday 6 October 2021 | 18:09 CET | News
Vodafone Germany said it has it plans to supply a number of underserved areas with fibre connections in Arthal following the floods last summer. The company plans to build up the network also along main traffic routes such as the highway B267. Fibre networks of around 20 km are already being planned, provided that the permits are given as part of the reconstruction of motorways and roads.

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