Dutch FTTH provider Reggefiber, wholly owned by KPN, has added 52,000 homes pasedto its FTTH network during the second quarter.
Vodafone Netherlands has filed a lawsuit with the Court of Rotterdam against the Dutch regulator ACM over the approval of KPN’s takeover of FTTH operator Reggefiber.
Within ten years Dutch glass fibre operator Reggefiber has connected two million homes to its FttH network.
KPN has reached an agreement with joint-venture partner Reggeborgh to acquire the remaining 40% stake in Reggefiber and obtain 100% ownership.
KPN has received regulatory approval to acquire an additional 9% stake in Reggefiber from joint-venture partner Reggeborgh, bringing its total ownership in the FttH operator to 60%.
The city of Rotterdam has sold its FTTH network to Reggefiber, a FTTH subsidiary of Dutch telecoms incumbent KPN.
KPN is to acquire all fibre activities from Reggefiber and Reggeborgh investments. The Dutch incumbent takes over Reggefiber’s subsidiaries Glashart Media, Lijbrandt Telecom, ISP Fabriek and Reggefiber Wholesale. Reggeborgh is selling its ISPs XMS, Edutel and Concepts ICT to KPN.