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Fastweb to bring fibre service to Matera

Wednesday 25 March 2015 | 08:44 CET | News
Italian broadband operator Fastweb has announced that it has reached an agreement to expand its fibre-optic network to the historic city of Matera in the southern region of Basilicata. When the work is complete, around 21,000 consumers and business customers will be able to connect to the internet at download speeds of up to 100 Mbps. The EUR 2 million investment will see Fastweb roll out 40 kilometres of cable to connect around 110 street cabinets. The company plans to expand its ultrafast broadband network to around 30 percent of the Italian population or 7.5 million households and

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Companies: Fastweb
Countries: Italy
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