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PT subsidiary in Sao Tome & Principe launches fiber network

Friday 15 February 2013 | 22:31 CET | News

CST, Portugal Telecom’s subsidiary in Sao Tome and Principe, has launched its FTTH network. The local telecommunications company (CST) now provides broadband up to the customer’s home, for internet access and data, through copper and FTTH-GPON networks.

CST fiber-optic subscribers can now access speeds of up to 15 Mbps. The commercial launch of CST’s fiber network follows the launch of the Africa Coast to Europe (ACE) submarine cable at Praia Melao, in November 2011, the inauguration of the submarine cable station in S. Gabriel in October 2012, and the global ACE system activation in Gambia in December 2012.


Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Portugal Telecom
Countries: Sao Tome and Principe
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