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Vox Telecom adding nearly 1,000 fibre customers a month

Wednesday 28 December 2016 | 10:07 CET | News
South Africa's Vox Telecom said its investment in fibre is starting to pay off. CEO Jacques du Toit told Mybroadband.co.za that the company is connecting over 700 new FTTH customers per month and almost 200 FTTB customers. The growth is driven by its acquisition earlier in the year of Frogfoot Networks, an open access network provider, Du Toit said.

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Companies: Vox Telecom
Countries: South Africa
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