Iliad and Open Fiber confirm FTTH deal

7 Jul 2020

Italian mobile network operator (MNO) Iliad has signed a deal to offer fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) services using infrastructure owned by wholesale network firm Open Fiber. Iliad confirmed in a statement that the deal will cover 271 Italian cities. Benedetto Levi, CEO of Iliad Italy, commented: ‘The growing demand for connectivity in recent months has prompted us to speed up the time for entry into the fixed segment and the partnership with Open Fiber is the first step in this direction.’ According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, Iliad had 5.81 million cellular subscribers and more than 8% of the Italian mobile user total at the end of March.

Italy, Iliad Italia, Open Fiber