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NetCologne expands 50Mbps broadband to Pulheim districts

10 May 2013

Regional telecoms operator NetCologne has announced plans to roll out a high speed fibre-optic network to three districts of Pulheim, a city in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The company claims that around 6,000 households and 170 businesses in the Sinnersdorf, Sinthern and Geyen districts will be able to access the new network, which will provided maximum download speeds of up to 50Mbps. ‘The development of Sinnersdorf, Sinthern and Geyen is a further logical step in our expansion strategy,’ stated NetCologne’s managing director, Dr. Hans Konle. The first customers expected to be connected in autumn 2013, with the Cologne-based company offering its ‘Doppelflat’ 50Mbps and fixed telephony flat rate plan for EUR29.90 (USD39.3) per month for the first twelve months.

Germany, NetCologne

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