Approximately 40% of the internet subscribers in France had been connected to the very high speed at the end of march, compared with 34% a year earlier, according to the quarterly report on the subject of the sector regulator, Arcep, published this Thursday.read also : SFR calls for "a Segur broadband"
The first quarter "confirms that the record growth in the number of subscriptions and the fibre deployment (FttH) observed in 2019" despite the first effects of the health crisis and the first two weeks of confinement in march, observed the Arcep, which counts about 600,000 additional people connected to the very high speed in the beginning of the year. They are now 12 million French people who have access to the internet at very high speed, that is, 40% of subscribers in France.
fiber-optic end-to-end "carries the entirety of the growth" and accounted for at the end of march, nearly two-thirds (64%) of subscriptions to high-speed, and $ 7.7 million lines, according to Arcep. Almost 20 million premises are now eligible to offers FttH, an increase of 35% in a year, underlines the regulator.Arcep "attentive to the efforts of the operators"
So that the containment has placed stress on the networks and hampered the operators in the deployment of very high-speed emptying including cash sub-contractors, Arcep reiterated that it "will be attentive to the efforts of the operators to achieve their goals". For example, Orange has made plug-in 63% of the local communes, on which he is engaged, and SFR 68%.
The government, through the minister of Housing and the City, Julien Denormandie and the secretary of State for the digital Cédric O, was erected in recent weeks the reduction of the digital divide in priority, seeing it as a tool against the economic crisis.The editorial team conseilleLes telecom operators benefit from the high débitTélécoms: nearly 10 million subscribers in very high speed fixed (Arcep)high-speed Internet is finally orbiteAucun comment
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