Internet Connectivity Technologies

             
TECHNOLOGY
DESCRIPTION
DOWNLOAD SPEED
UPLOAD SPEED
FTTH (Fiber to the Home)
The fiber optic getting directly to the
clients' home
Up to 100 Mb/s
Up to 100 Mb/s by
Open Fibre
FTTC (Fiber to the Cabinet)
The fiber optic getting directly to the 
telephone cabinet closeby to the clients' home.
The final connection to the clients' home
will be provided by copper wiring
Up to 200 Mb/s (up to 100 Mb/s
in the areas where not available)
Up to 20 Mb/s
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital
Subscriber Line)
The connection is made of copper wiring 
(twisted copper pair)
Up to 20 Mb/s (up to 7 Mb/s
in the areas where not available)
Up to 1 Mb/s
Find out more on the Fiber advantages and connectivity technologies in the Network Architecture dedicated page. 

The actual browsing speed will be determined only once the service has been activated and will be subject to the distance of the telephone cabinet, from the network congestion, from the Wi-Fi usage and the type of the connected devices.