Fastweb continues FTTC expansion

13 May 2013

Italy’s Corriere delle Comunicazioni reports that broadband provider Fastweb will present details of its fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) project for Turin on 17 May during a press conference with the city’s mayor. The expansion is the latest step in Fastweb’s two-year investment plan to bring FTTC to more than 20 cities. The project is expected to cost more than EUR400 million (USD519 million) and will see Fastweb provide downlink speeds of up to 100Mbps to 20% of the city’s population. The service is already being offered in Bari, Bologna, Genoa, Milan, Naples and Rome.

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