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HILVERSUM (Reuters) - Companies and institutions in fourteen municipalities in the provinces of Noord-Holland, Flevoland and Utrecht may soon join it the largest broadband project promoters for the business market in the Netherlands. That made Thursday BreedNet known.

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The project BreedNet, where governments and market players together, provides the connection to a cable. Participants get it at relatively low cost a faster Internet and data, which services such as telephony, television, camera surveillance and ICT management can be offered. Fiber optics is many times faster than cable or ADSL.

The project focuses on medium-sized enterprises and social institutions. For the project off the ground lifting, is 3.5 million euros available. That money comes from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the provinces and municipalities.

Contracts

BreedNet has signed an initial contract with telecom company KPN to the fiber optic connections to explain. In other parties, including cable company Casema and glasvezelnetexploitant Unet, close BreedNet shortly agreements. The companies that provide the connections may also offer services via the network.

According to a spokeswoman BreedNet are both one-time connection charges as the monthly subscription fees under current market prices.

KPN invests how much is unclear. ,, This project brings together supply and demand. Our investments will depend on demand'', said a spokesman of the telecom company.

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