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Fibre: France

France would have gained 1.9 million subscribers and 3.5 million households connected to FttH or FttB in 2019. According to the think tank Idate, which carries out an annual study for the Council of Europe on FttH, this would be the strongest growth in Europe.


These good results are due to the determination of the France Très Haut Débit Plan, which aims to reach 100% of households with access to very high-speed broadband by the end of 2022.

A total of 57.1% of French subscribers were eligible for FttH or FttB in 2019. This is more than in Germany or the United Kingdom but less than in Italy, Spain, Norway and Lithuania.

France now ranks 16ᵉ in the European rankings for fibre subscriptions, with just over 25% of subscribers subscribing to FttH or FttB.


However, the figures for France do not really agree with those of Arcep. The regulatory authority only takes FttH into account when talking about optical fiber. In 2019, it counted 4.8 million additional premises connected and 2.3 million FttH subscriptions.



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Source : 01Net





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