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Telia Estonia tests new technology on copper lines

Wednesday 1 November 2017 | 17:04 CET | News
Operator Telia Estonia has started testing a new technology enabling to raise broadband speed over copper lines. Tests will be carried out until the end of January 2018. Internet subscribers residing within a distance of 400 metres from network nodes will participate in the testing. The technology enables to raise broadband speed ten-fold. 

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Telia Estonia
Countries: Estonia
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