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 Thursday, September 09, 2010

Italy's Fastweb is launching Fibre 100, a new offer that will permit about 2 million households and small businesses to use the internet at symmetrical speeds of 100 Mbps. The service will reach the cities of Milan, Rome, Turin, Genoa, Bologna, Naples and Bari, in areas already covered by fibre optics. From October the service will be extended to all those who are already Fastweb customers. Fibre 100 will be sold as an additional option for internet subscribers, at EUR 15 per month plus a EUR 100 activation fee.

Source: TelecomPaper