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Austria connects 838,000 households to broadband through 'Broadband in Austria 2020' programme

Thursday 11 July 2019 | 09:57 CET | News
Austria has provided 838,000 households with internet through the "Broadband in Austria 2020" programme, according to a study that evaluates the progress of the scheme carried out by the Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology for the year 2018. 

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