Telefonica to invest EUR 45 million in Basque Country

Thursday 10 October 2013 | 13:07 CET | News
Telefonica has announced plans to invest EUR 45 million in the Basque Country in 2014 to develop new high-speed fibre and 4G networks. The company is aiming to provide 60 percent of the Basque population with 4G and FTTH access by next year. The plans include the deployment of 4G technology in all towns with over 70,000 inhabitants and bringing FTTH to over half a million Basque homes by the end of 2014, a year ahead of schedule.

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Categories: General
Companies: Telefonica
Countries: Spain
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