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Two million connected to Reggefiber FTTH network

22 Dec 2014

Open fibre broadband operator Reggefiber has announced it now has two million Dutch homes connected to its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network, having connected the two millionth in Hengelo on 19 December. The company commenced operations in 2005, offering wholesale access to its network to broadband providers in the Netherlands, and in 2012 reached one million homes connected to its network. Two years later connections have surpassed two million, with 623,000 of those being active. Bert Nijboer, general manager at Reggefiber said: ‘It’s great to see that we have achieved such growth acceleration in the last few years, with already two million connected households… The number of households in the Netherlands enjoying the benefits of fibre moreover also continues to grow every day.’ The operator was fully acquired by Dutch incumbent telco KPN in November 2014.

Netherlands, KPN, KPN Netwerk (formerly Reggefiber, part of KPN)

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