Three leading Greek telcos will shortly invest a combined €250 million on the deployment of NGA networks for fixed-line services.
According to Ekathimerini, this will be done in order to meet the targets set by the Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission, based on the European Digital Agenda.
The incumbent OTE aims to invest €50 million in the next eight months, after which it will be able a potential 750,000 customer internet download speeds of up to 300 Mbps through “super-vectoring” connections.
Meanwhile, Vodafone plans to invest €120 million on FTTH (70%) and super-vectoring (30%) over the next three years.
Over the same period, Wind will invest €80 million and FTTH (30%) and super-vectoring (70%).