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Czech altnet FAYN rolls out ADSL/VDSL services

23 Sep 2016

FAYN Telecommunications, which offers an MVNO service and also claims to have been the first VoIP operator in the Czech Republic, having launched there in 2002, has added a new DSL-based broadband offer, delivering peak download speeds of 40Mbps to homes and businesses across the Republic. The 100% Czech-owned company has introduced three Home Internet packages – ‘Fayn DSL 8’ (up to 8Mbps/2Mbps, priced at CZK349 [USD14.50] per month), ‘Fayn DSL 20’ (up to 20Mbps/2Mbps, CZK399), and ‘Fayn DSL 40’ (up to 40Mbps/2Mbps, CZK419). All tariff plans carry the same set-up fee of CZK499, while FAYN also offers a public IP address for CZK80 a month, ADSL modem/router/Wi-Fi for CZK999 and VDSL modem/router/Wi-Fi for CZK1,499. Details for business users are available on request.

Czech Republic, FAYN Telecommunications

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