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Deutsche Telekom starts FTTH roll-out in Bautzen

Monday 12 November 2018 | 15:54 CET | News
Deutsche Telekom announced the start of one of the biggest publicly funded fibre network projects in Germany. Nearly 56,000 households and businesses in 55 municipalities in the Bautzen district will be connected to gigabit fibre broadband, with the help of EUR 70 million of support from the federal government and EUR 24 million from the Saxony state government. The first services should start in the second half of 2019, and the roll-out will be completed by the end of 2020. 

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Companies: Deutsche Telekom
Countries: Germany
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