The Lithuanian incumbent telco TEO LT will begin offering its ZEBRA internet access service at up to 300 Mbps from May 16, with users being able to download info available on local and foreign servers at the same speed.
The maximum speed will be available to users of its Premium FTTH service, while the speed of its most popular plan Optimal FTTH will rise to 100 Mbps.
The Basic plan will meanwhile be doubled to 40 Mbps, while the Para plan, aimed at light internet users, will be up to 10 Mbps both in Lithuania and abroad.
In each instance, residential customers will not incur any additional fees. TEO LT’s FTTH services are currently available to around half the population, or 570,000 households, with the fastest development being seen in the largest cities.
The telco expects to invest over LTL70 million (€20.2 million) this year on its FTTH network, which is being expanded to 50 cities.
By the end of 2011, it will have invested over LTL325 million over a four-year period.
TEO LT, which is backed by TeliaSonera, operates DTT and IPTV services using the GALA brand name.