Fixed-line broadband subscriptions by connection technology

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The minimum speed of a broadband subscription from the network to the user (download) is 144 kbit/s in the statistics. The broadband subscription volume contains both consumer and corporate subscriptions.

Copper subscriptions are broadband subscriptions based on a metallic telephone network.

FTTB - Fibre to the Building: The fibre-optic cable reaches the boundary of the building or a building in a multi-dwelling unit. In-house cabling may lower the data transmission rate but in most cases FTTB connections enable a minimum rate of 100 Mbps.

FTTH - Fibre to the Home: The fibre-optic cable reaches the boundary of the living space. An FTTH connection enables a minimum data transmission rate of 1,000 Mbps (1 Gbps).

Cable modem subscriptions are implemented by the cable television network.

Other subscriptions contain various wireless solutions based on radio technology meant to used at a fixed location. These subscriptions include also real estate and housing company subscriptions that can not be included in the other categories.

The statistics have been retroactively corrected in January 2017. The next update to these statistics will be in March 2017.

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