Frequently asked questions about fiber on facade

    fiber in general

    With fiber, you benefit from a super-fast and stable Internet, ultra-low latency, the sharpest image on all your screens and more importantly, you are ready for the future!

    • Super-fast and stable Internet: whether finally downloading that movie you were looking forward to for such a long time, or uploading that important presentation, etc., in a fiberhome you can do all that without having to wait a long time, regardless of the number of devices connected
    • Ultra-low latency: every millisecond counts in online gaming. In a fiberhome you are one step ahead of your opponents
    • The sharpest image on all your screens: whether you watch things on TV, your tablet or your smartphone, in a fiberhome you see everything in the best image quality
    • Ready for the future: we control more and more devices in our home via the Internet. A fiberhome takes this evolution in its stride

    In the long term, this new network will replace our traditional copper network.

    No, they are not under tension.

    If you notice any damage on the cable, please inform us as quickly as possible. You can either call us at 0800 55 800 or visit a Proximus Shop near you. Of course, you are not responsible for any damage caused by climatic conditions or any other external factor.

    For safety reasons, please inform us about this. You can either call us at 0800 55 800 or visit a Proximus Shop near you.

    Visit our fiber pages, call us at 0800 55 800 or visit a Proximus Shop

    Fiber is currently being deployed in several major cities in Belgium: Aalst, Anderlecht, Antwerpen-Diamant, Antwerpen-East, Antwerpen-West, Brussels-Anspach, Charleroi, Deurne, Etterbeek, Evere, Ghent, Hasselt, Ixelles, Knokke-Heist, Kortrijk, Kraainem, La LouvièreLeuven, Liège, Mechelen, Molenbeek-Koekelberg, Namur, Ostend, Roeselare, Schaerbeek, Sint Niklaas, Uccle and Vilvoorde.

    The objective is to provide an ultra-fast and stable network, capable of easily absorbing the data traffic that will continue to grow in the years to come.

    Is fiber coming to my city?


    The current copper network will be decommissioned after the works.

    At a later stage, we will contact the person living in the house or building (you or your tenant) to arrange the transfer of his current Proximus services (landline, Internet, digital TV) to the new fiber network.

    No, the installation of the fiber cable is free of charge during the works. In addition to this, you don't have to be present during the installation and this does not imply any commitment to purchase a fiber subscription.

    No, we will use a lift.

    Yes, that's not a problem.






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