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A1 introduces satellite broadband in Austria

Monday 9 February 2015 | 14:56 CET | News
Telekom Austria Group announced that its domestic subsidiary A1 will offer satellite broadband in Austria to cover areas where the nearest A1 switching center or the closest mobile base station is too far away to enable broadband internet. In Austria the number of buildings that are not covered by the A1 communications infrastructure and therefore have no DSL-based Internet access is estimated to amount to roughly 1 percent. In a cooperation with Eutelsat, Telekom Austria will enable satellite broadband services with download and upload speeds of up to 22 and 6 Mbps respectively. Satellite

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Categories: Internet
Companies: A1 / Eutelsat / Telekom Austria Group
Countries: Austria
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