NetCologne plans to launch 1 Gbps via FTTH in 2010 - CEO

Friday 27 November 2009 | 10:03 CET | News
German city carrier Netcologne plans to launch 1 Gbps broadband services via its FTTH network in Cologne in the beginning of 2010, according to NetCologne's managing director Werner Hanf at the annual meeting of German federation for fibre Buglas cited by several German media. He said that the operator will expand and enhance its FTTH network and start offering very highspeed broadband with download speeds between 150 Mbps and 1 Gbps offering consumers a choice of several speeds between these limits. Hanf also said that currently ten percent of the around 70,000 households in Cologne use

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: NetCologne
Countries: Germany
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