According to the company, the subscriber figures for the two, seven years after it began constructing its next generation FTTH network, are over 179,000 and about 177,000 respectively.
TEO’s fibre-optic internet service is currently accessible to 94% of residents of multi-family apartment houses and one tenth of residents of individual houses in Lithuania.
The company predicts that over the next 5-7 years, FTTH will be used by over 300,000 of its customers. Lithuania as a whole is a European leader in fibre-optic technology.
According to the most recent data published by the FTTH Council Europe, fibre-optic internet is used by over 30% of the country’s population.
Sweden is in second place with around 23% and Bulgaria third with 17%.