Estonia approves national broadband network plan

Friday 31 July 2009 | 11:24 CET | News
The government of Estonia has approved a plan to establish a national broadband network, writes local daily Postimees Online. By the year 2013, the network should bring internet access with speeds of 100 Mbps to even the most distant rural areas. According to the minister of economic affairs and communications Juhan Parts, the ultra-fast broadband connection will be accessible on 90 percent of Estonia's territory by 2012 and everywhere in the country by the year 2015. Parts noted that a foundation will be created in order to build the broadband network, one in which all major

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Countries: Estonia
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