Deutsche Telekom upgrades another 745,000 households to 100 Mbps

Thursday 8 March 2018 | 12:53 CET | News

Deutsche Telekom announced that it's completed the upgrade to 100 Mbps broadband for another 745,000 households in over 1,200 cities and municipalities in Germany. Around 450,000 of the 745,000 households are located outside metropolitan areas. 

The upgrade is part of the company's move to an all-IP network. In addition to up to 100 Mbps download, customers on the copper network can get up to 40 Mbps for uploads. Customers were notified of the upgrade and options for obtaining a compatible modem and subscription plan. 

Telekom said the upgrade this month covered "tens of thousands" of connections in Berlin, Hanover and Munich, down to a few dozen in Ehingen, Kuerten and Malliss, as well as cities such as Flensburg in the north, Schoenau in the south, Kranenburg in the west and Ostritz in the east. 

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