Optical fiber represents two-thirds of fixed broadband in Brazil

Brazil's National Telecommunications Agency, Anatel, points out that the country has 28 million fiber optic connections, corresponding to 66% of the country's fixed broadband.

The present moment couldn't be more interesting for those who belong to the dial-up era. A panel released by the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) shows that, in Brazil, two-thirds (66%) of fixed broadband connections are based on fiber. This proportion corresponds to almost 28 million contracts.

This scenario is a noticeable effect of the modernization of the telecom infrastructure in the country. It is a movement that started mainly to benefit large urban centers . . .

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