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Broadband in EU countries

Find current information on broadband development in each country, as well as national strategies and policies for developing broadband.

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This information includes financial instruments, major projects, as well as links to publications and contact information of responsible authorities and Broadband Competence Offices.

Select a country of your interest from the list below.

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Flag of Italy Italy
Flag of Belgium BelgiumFlag of Latvia Latvia
Flag of Bulgaria BulgariaFlag of Lithuania Lithuania
Flag of Croatia CroatiaFlag of Luxembourg Luxembourg
Flag of Cyprus CyprusFlag of Malta Malta
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech RepublicFlag of the Netherlands Netherlands
Flag of Denmark DenmarkFlag of Poland Poland
Flag of Estonia EstoniaFlag of Portugal Portugal
Flag of Finland FinlandFlag of Romania Romania
Flag of France FranceFlag of Slovakia Slovakia
Flag of Germany GermanyFlag of Slovenia Slovenia
Flag of Greece GreeceFlag of Spain Spain
Flag of Hungary HungaryFlag of Sweden Sweden
Flag of Ireland Ireland 

Find the latest info on national broadband plans and broadband coverage in the EU on the Digital Economy and Society Index - Connectivity page

Check the summary results of the questionnaire on the National Broadband Plans and reaching the 2020 and 2025 broadband targets, that was sent by the COCOM (Communications Committee) to Member States end of 2019.

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EUTech4Ukraine: telecommunications actions to support Ukrainian refugees

On 8 November, the European Broadband Competence Offices (BCO) Network hosted an interactive online event for telecommunications and mobile network operators to discuss how to meet the pressing telecommunications needs of approximately 7.4 million Ukrainian refugees in the EU, as well as of those on the ground in Ukraine.

Regulation for a successful transition into the fibre world

The European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ecta) and the German Association of Telecommunications and Value-Added Service Providers (VATM) organised the “Autumn event” on 22 November 2022 in Brussels.

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