France Telecom will provide 100 Mbps to home users

My colleague Patrick Vande Walle writes about it.

The French newspaper Le Monde reports that the incumbent operator France T?l?com will start deploying 100 Mbit/s Internet connections to the home in the Paris area, starting next March. Its competitor, Free, has similar projects.

In Bulgaria, as we know, the high-speed access is 100 Mbps for the end-users for quite a while. Interesting – the richest country of the EU – Luxembourg – considers 3 Mbps “high-speed”, and the poorest – Bulgaria – considers 100 Mbps already as an old technology, and users are looking for 1000 Mbps.

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