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Open Fiber now covers 12.7m premises

14 Oct 2021

Italian wholesale operator Open Fiber says it has now passed 12.7 million households with its broadband infrastructure, including eight million homes in cities. More than 90% of these premises are marketable, according to the company’s chairman Franco Bassanini, who was speaking at an event organised by Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore. The firm eventually plans to cover 19 million households under its EUR7.1 billion (USD8.2 billion) investment project.

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