Belgian network operator Fiberklaar announced plans to roll out its fibre network in Gavere, Oudenaarde, and Kruisem. This fibre network aims to provide residents with high-speed and open fibre network connections. Fiberklaar, to connect 1.5 million homes and businesses in Flanders to fibre, is also expanding its network to the boroughs of Aalst, as reported by TelecomTalk. Contractor Solutions30 is working on providing free fibre connections to connectable homes in the Aalst area.
Complimentary Fiber Connectivity
Fiberklaar has stated that the company is able to build the fibre (FTTH) network and offer a free fibre optic connection to possible premises in the regions due to a high demand (20 percent of inhabitants applied) for the service in a pre-marketing campaign. Fiberklaar has further announced that the company can now extend a free fiber optic cable to any property that can be connected in these regions.
According to Fiberklaar, the contractor Circet's technicians are now active in the areas of Gavere, Oudenaarde, Kruisem, visiting homes to assess the best way to install the fiber cable. Residents will be kept informed about these visits, which are completely non-binding.
Enrollment and Procedur
Fiberklaar has indicated that residents who are interested in getting a fiber connection can register online or request a fiber cable through the contractor. There's no obligation, and applications can be cancelled free of charge.
Fiberklaar's initiative aims to bring fast and reliable fiber optic internet connectivity to these Belgian regions, enhancing the digital experiences of residents in terms of speed, stability, and choice of providers.