Vumatel’s big Cape Town fibre-to-the-home plans

Vumatel will invest R3 billion in fibre networks in the next two to three years, which will see many areas in Cape Town getting fibre-to-the-home services.

Vumatel CEO Niel Schoeman told MyBroadband that they have already passed 33,000 homes with their FTTH service, and plan to grow this number to over 100,000 in 2016.

Schoeman said they have started their construction in Tamboerksloof and Gardens in Cape Town.

“During this year we will do the rest of the section between the City Bowl and Table Mountain,” he said.

The areas which will get Vumatel fibre access in 2016 include:

  • Tamboerskloof
  • Gardens
  • Oranjezicht
  • Higgovale
  • Vredehoek
  • Devil’s Peak

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