Fiber optic internet is making great strides in Italy driven by the substantial investments that large operators - Fastweb, Telecom, Vodafone - are putting in place to wire the cities of our country.
Much of this acceleration is attributable to Fttc technology, Fiber to the cabinet, which compared to the classic Fiber to the home allows you to maintain the last section (the one that goes from the street cabinet to the houses) with the copper cable, minimizing inconvenience for residents and enabling high speeds without invasive interventions.
The efforts made on the front Fiber optic internet however, they are still not enough to outline an optimal situation. In fact, there are still few cities that can count on download speeds of up to 100 Mbit / s, and the digital divide remains a reality to deal with, especially for those who do not live in a regional or provincial capital.
For this reason it is important, before choosing the operator for our Internet connection, to check with the rate comparator coverage of our area. The comparator allows us to identify the fastest operators in the municipality where we live, sorting the results by actual speed and receiving a complete report via email of the fastest operators active in the area.
Currently, among the best rates for Fiber optic internet in terms of speed / performance ratio, there are four promotions attributable to three operators.
- Jet Fibra 100 by Fastweb, in promotion at 20 euros per month (40 euros outside the promo), with a speed of 100 Mbps in download and 10 Mbps in upload;
- SuperJet Fibra 100 by Fastweb, which combines the speed of Jet's connection to phone calls for 25 euros per month (44 euros excluding promo);
- Super Fiber 100 Mega by Vodafone, 100 Mbps in download and 3 Mbps in upload at 25 euros per month for the first year (29 euros outside the promo);
- Internet Telecom fiber, optical fiber and telephone for 36.95 euros per month for the first year (six months for 29 euros, 44.90 euros outside the promo)
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