Vodafone Germany has launched a programme of vectoring to boost its broadband offering in the country. At a promotional rate of €10 per month on top of their existing tariff, customers using home broadband packages costing €29.99 per month or more are eligible to sign up for the service.
According to Vodafone Germany, by applying vectoring technology to the copper line will give them speeds of 100 Mbps downstream and 40 Mbps upstream.
Initially vectoring is available to “several hundred thousand households in selected locations in Germany,” including the cities of Hilden, Kiel, Tübingen and Offenburg, Vodafone said in a statement.
Meanwhile in June, Huawei worked with Vodafone Germany to provide an eLTE-based broadband communications network to enable smooth video transmission and seamless live video broadcasting.
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