Offering download speeds of up to 10Gbps, it is currently available to around 30,000 homes in Poznan and will be offered throughout the city by the end of the year.
The product employs FTTH technology, including a new generation fibre solution supplied by Nokia, and will also in due course be rolled out to Inea’s other networks.
It costs PLN390 (€90.70) a month and with it Poland has joined a small number of locations that provide such download speeds. They include Switzerland, US, Japan, South Korea and Singapore.
Commenting on the development, Michal Bartkowiak, COO, Inea, said: “Inea has always focused on innovation. Technology is growing at a dizzying pace, and we do not want to place limits on our clients. Several times in our history we have proved that we are a technological leader, today the time has come for the next step.
“It is worth emphasising that the symmetrical connection offered by us will allow IT professionals, artists and people dealing with video processing or new technologies such as virtual or extended reality to work freely from home. From today, remote work will not be a problem for them. This is not yet our last word on this issue”.