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Estonia’s Elektrilevi passes 9,000 households with rural fibre rollout

6 Jan 2020

Estonian utility firm Elektrilevi says it has deployed around 200km of fibre-optic network, providing connectivity to 9,000 households in rural areas. A report from Eesti Rahvusringhaaling (ERR) says that so far 1,800 premises have signed up for services on the new infrastructure, with the first connections to go live by the end of next month. In October 2018 Elektrilevi was selected to build 40,016 high speed internet connections over the next five years under a EUR20 million (USD22.3 million) public-private partnership (PPP) scheme. The networks will be opened up to third-party ISPs which will provide retail services to end users.

Estonia, Elektrilevi

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