The incumbent Lithuanian telco Teo LT has begun to install what will be the country’s first Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) network. Five of the biggest cities in Lithuania will be covered by the network, starting with the capital, Vilnius, in June, with the total investment expected to be LTL100 million (€30 million) over the next three years. Subscribers will initially be offered three new fibre-optic Internet plans – Basic Plus, Optimal Plus and Premium Plus – and in some instances also allowed free access to a wireless Internet service named Zebra in public areas. Teo LT already operates an IPTV service named Gala TV that currently has around 10,000 subscribers. It is also undertaking DTT transmissions.