Reggefiber expands FTTH to west De Leesten

26 Nov 2014

Open fibre broadband operator Reggefiber, part of Dutch incumbent PSTN operator KPN, is to expand its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to the western De Leesten district of Zutphen city according to Fibreglass News. Work is scheduled to begin on 8 December and follows the operator’s recent installation of FTTH to eastern De Leesten, with the two projects taking the total FTTH connections in the area to 3,500. Reggefiber says it has connected 1.7 million homes to its network and continues to add more ‘district by district’.



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