Fastweb introduces 100Mbps FTTH broadband to two million households

3 Sep 2010

Italian broadband operator Fastweb has announced the launch of ‘Fibre 100’, a new Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH) service that will offer two million households and small businesses symmetrical download speeds of 100Mbps. The service will be unveiled in Milan, Rome, Turin, Genoa, Bologna, Naples and Bari – all of which are cities already covered by the company’s fibre-optic network. From October 2010 the service will be available as an upgrade to all existing Fastweb subscribers, costing EUR15 per month, plus a EUR100 activation fee. Fastweb claims to have 250,000 customers currently connected through its FTTH network.

Italy, Fastweb