FASTWEB is the alternative provider with the vastest full-IP next generation fibre optic network in Europe. Since its foundation in 1999, FASTWEB has always invested in its fixed network infrastructure in order to enable the provision of fast, reliable and high-quality ultrabroadband services.
Only fixed infrastructure is capable of meeting the growing broadband requirements of businesses and families. It is for this reason that FASTWEB carries on investing more than 20% of its revenues on its network each year.
Some numbers regarding the FASTWEB network:
39.6 thousand kilometres of optical fibre
The FASTWEB network is more than 39,600 kilometres long and is present throughout the Italian territory. By 2016, FASTWEB will have extended its fibre network by another 3000 kilometres, thus bringing ultra-broadband Internet to more Italian cities.
2 million homes and businesses with FTTH technology
FASTWEB reaches more than 50% of the Italian population directly with its network, of which 2 millions households with Fibre-to-the-Home technology allowing connection speeds of up to 100 Megabits per second. The cities reached directly with FTTH are Milan, Rome, Naples, Turin, Genoa, Bologna and Bari.
5.5 million households and businesses with FTTC technology
By 2016, the FASTWEB fibre network will reach another 5.5 million households and businesses with fibre-to-the-street-cabinet technology. At the end of September 2015, 4.2 million homes and businesses were passed by FASTWEB’s new fibre network. The cities already reached by new technology, allowing connection speeds of up to 100 Megabits per second, are: Roma, Ancona, Arcore, Asti, Baranzate, Bari, Bergamo, Bollate, Bologna, Brescia, Brindisi, Brugherio, Busto Arsizio, Carpi, Catania, Chieri, Collegno,Como, Cormano, Corsico, Cusano Milanino, Desio, Ferrara, Gallarate, Genova, Grugliasco, Latina, Lecce, Lecco, Legnano, Lissone, Livorno, Lodi, Magenta, Modena, Moncalieri, Monza, Napoli, Novara, Padova, Palermo, Parma, Pero, Pescara, Pioltello, Pisa, Potenza, Reggio Emilia, Rho, Rivoli, Rozzano, San Giuliano Milanese, Salerno, Saronno, Savona, Settimo Torinese, Seveso, Taranto, Torino, Udine, Varese, Venezia, Verona, Vimercate.
1200 central offices connected in fibre throughout Italy
Over 1200 central offices will be connected to the FASTWEB fibre network in all the Regions and Provinces of Italy, thus reaching more than 50% of the population and offering top quality ADSL connection speeds of up to 20 Mbps to households and businesses.
La fibra di Fastweb arriva in 19 nuove città, dove oltre 250.000 famiglie e aziende avranno a disposizione connettività a banda ultralarga per navigare ad una velocità fino a 200 Megabit al secondo in download e 20 Megabit in upload.
06/20/2017 Fastweb Mobile, minuti e giga in 4G gratis tutta l’estate
06/16/2017 Fastweb, siglato l’Accordo sul Contratto Aziendale ed il rinnovo del premio di risultato per il triennio 2017-2019
Sono pienamente operativi gli accordi siglati tra Fastweb, le Segreterie Nazionali di Slc Cgil – Fistel Cisl – Uilcom Uil – Ugl Telecomunicazioni ed il Coordinamento Nazionale delle RSU. Al termine del confronto che ha visto impegnata l’azienda e le sigle sindacali sono stati sottoscritti i nuovi accordi relativi al Contratto Aziendale e al rinnovo del premio di risultato per il triennio 2017-2019.