The municipality of Zeewolde in Flevoland has become the first in the Netherlands to get a bi-directional 200Mbps internet service, delivered via fibre, according to local reports.
The fibre network, provided by Reggefiber, the joint venture backed by KPN, is delivering a 200Mbps service for 80 a month. Fibre faces competition in the area from cable operator UPC.
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