German government presents broadband strategy details

Wednesday 18 February 2009 | 16:33 CET | News
The German federal government plans to use a large portion of the digital dividend frequencies for broadband services to ensure all German households have access to a broadband connection by the end of 2010. The first phase of the strategy is to ensure broadband access for all households in Germany by 2010 and the government follows the telecom industry demands for using digital dividend to enable operators to deploy wireless and mobile broadband services in rural areas, currently without broadband coverage via fixed networks like DSL or cable. The second phase of the broadband strategy is to

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Countries: Germany
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