Fibre Piggybacking: How Poland Found A Way To Get The Fastest Broadband To The Remotest Regions

Fibre Piggybacking: How Poland Found A Way To Get The Fastest Broadband To The Remotest Regions

While fibre broadband for businesses and consumers is still far from standard in Poland, some individual areas have started projects to widen its availability.

One of the first municipalities to start offering fibre broadband to homes and private businesses is Nowosolna, a rural community of around 4,000 inhabitants, part of the Lodz urban conglomeration. By hopping on to a project to connect schools in the wider Lodz area to broadband internet, the municipality is helping the households and businesses (mostly farms) in the 15 villages that make up the area to get a fibre connection as well.

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