VodafoneZiggo stops provisionally connecting gigabit network

There will attend any gigabit internet in Rotterdam. VodafoneZiggo explains all work stopped because of the coronavirus.

There will attend any gigabit internet in Rotterdam. VodafoneZiggo explains all work stopped because of the coronavirus.

That’s because VodafoneZiggo no longer sends out technicians, while it is necessary to connect to the Internet faster with consumers. In conversation with TotaalTV says the company is now fully focus on the “prevention and troubleshooting and securing the network capacity.”

Gigabit Internet is an Internet connection with a speed measured in gigabits, in place of the conventional megabit. VodafoneZiggo was planning this year two-thirds of Ziggo customers with a connection speed of 1 gigabit per second.

The first gigabit connections were joined Utrecht last year. Rotterdam would turn on March 24, but that does not go through.

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