Fastweb: FTTH fiber reaches up to 300 Mbps in 30 cities

The FTTH network of Fastweb will be even faster in 30 cities scattered between Northern and Southern Italy, part of the NeXXt Generation 2025 strategic plan, announced last December, and part of the offer Fastweb NeXXt House . In detail, the plan provides that by virtue of the technological upgrade of the FTTH network, the connection speed will be doubled from 1 Gb / s to 2.5 Gb / s – at no additional cost and totally automatically – for about 4 million households as well as micro-enterprises.

The cities where this speed will rise to 300 Mbps will be: Milan, Rome, Turin, Naples, Genoa, Palermo, Bari, Bologna, Florence, Verona, Parma, Pescara, Modena, Bergamo, Brescia , Venice, Catania, Messina, Padua, Trieste, Reggio di Calabria, Monza, Salerno, Trento, Perugia, Prato, Casalecchio di Reno, Reggio Emilia, San Lazzaro di Savena and Ancona.

The key point of the plan is the new fixed and mobile networks and, above all, the fixed-mobile mix through Fixed Wireless Access technology. In the gray areas there are 50 Municipalities reached with the UltraFwa network which will therefore be able to have a fixed connectivity service with speeds up to 1 Gb / s, without traffic limits and number of connected devices. This number will reach the 500 mark by 2021.

Finally, on December 27, the operator started making 5G available to its customers with offers without duration constraints and also announced its goal to bring by 2025 coverage of 90% of the Italian population.