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Claro’s Colombian FTTH footprint reaches 110 cities

26 Oct 2020

Claro Colombia has announced that it has extended its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network to 19 new locations, taking its total footprint to 110 towns and cities. New locations served are: Caqueza, Villeta, Pacho and La Mesa (Cundinamarca); Quimbaya, Montenegro, Calarca, Circasia and La Tebaida (Quindio); Barbosa, Apartado and Girardota (Antioquia); La Virginia and Belen de Umbria (Risaralda); Viterbo and Anserma (Caldas); Guamo (Tolima); Cartago (Valle del Cauca); and Chiquinquira (Boyaca). The rollout activity has taken place over the last six months.

Colombia, Claro Colombia

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