164 German Municipalities Can Now Surf Internet with 100 Mbps

Thanks to Deutsche Telekom’s continuing improvements and development of its fiber optic networks, 164 Municipalities in Germany can now access to the broadband internet speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

By adding 21,600 more households to the list of 100 Mbps service, now a total of 132,000 households in 164 municipalities will get the advantage of the speed enhancement by the Telekom. In an attempt to increase its customer experience, the Telekom has been deploying next-generation broadband technologies including fiber optics and the latest wireless technologies.

subscribers can browse the internet at higher speeds, without the need to wait for long time to load the webpages. With 100Mbps most of the video streaming applications perform good and yield fairly uninterrupted services.

Telekom’s uploading speeds can also reach to a maximum of 40 Mbps.

Deutsche Telekom invests around five billion euros every year and operates the largest fiber optic network in Europe, which is over 500,000 kilometers in length. Last year Deutsche Telekom installed some 60,000 kilometers of optical fiber.

The following cities in Germany are covered under the recent service upgrade:

Hagen – 6,000 houses
Villingen-Schwenningen – 4,200 houses
Hamm and Wurzen – 4,000 houses
Senden – 3,800 houses
Neuenstadt – 3,600 houses

Deutsche Telekom said they aim to provide as many people as possible with fast internet access irrespective of whether they live in cities or in rural areas.

Tim Höttges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom;

“We’re not just building information superhighways between major metropolises and urban agglomerations; our network also extends to rural areas. We are the only company pursuing comprehensive broadband expansion,”

“Some of our build-out projects are designed to serve many thousands of households, while others benefit just a handful. Every line matters to us: no matter if it’s in, Berlin, Düsseldorf or Hannover or Nuremberg or in Floß, Mücke or Waal.”

The Name of Municipalities in Alphabetical order;

A – Adenau, Albbruck, Alsfeld, Altötting, Anger, Appenweier, Arnsgereuth, Asbach, Aschau
B – Bad Colberg-Heldburg, Bad Kohlgrub, Bad Lippspringe, Bad Peterstal-Griesbach, Bad Rappenau, Bad Schussenried, Bad Schwalbach, Bad Tennstedt, Bad Urach, Bad Wörishofen, Bechhofen, Beckingen-Reimsbach, Beckum-Neubeckum, Berlin, Besigheim, Blomberg, Boll, Bonndorf, Brandenburg an der Havel, Brohl-Lützing
C – Chemnitz
D – Dahn, Dierdorf, Dingelstädt, Dischingen, Döbern, Dürrweitzschen, Düsseldorf
E – Ehningen, Emmerich-Elten, Emmingen-Liptingen, Erbach, Erbenhausen, Everswinkel
F – Floß
G – Garching, Geisenhausen, Gemmingen, Germersheim, Goldbeck, Grenzach-Wyhlen, Großbodungen, Großbreitenbach, Grünstadt
H – Hagen, Halle, Hallenberg, Hamm-Rhynern, Hannover, Hatzfeld, Hauenstein, Henneberg, Herbrechtingen, Hilchenbach, Hilgertshausen-Tandern, Hirschfelde, Horb
I – Ilshofen, Immendingen, Ingolstadt-Zuchering
J – Jestetten
K – Kaisersesch, Kamen, Ketzin, Kirchseeon, Klettgau, Köthen Anhalt, Krefeld, Kressbronn, Künzelsau
L – Landsberg, Lauchheim, Leinefelde, Linz am Rhein, Lorch, Losheim, Löwenstein
M – Maulbronn, Meckesheim, Menden, Merzig-Silwingen, Miltenberg, Möckmühl, Mücke, Mühlacker, Mühlheim, Münchberg, Münchsmünster, Münster-Wolbeck
N – Nagold-Hochdorf, Narsdorf, Naumburg, Netphen-Deuz, Neudenau, Neuenstadt, Neuhaus, Neunkirchen, Niederreifenberg, Nürnberg
O – Oelzschau, Oppenau, Ostritz, Otterbach
Q – Quellendorf
R – Radegast, Radolfzell, Rhens, Riesa, Ronnenberg, Rötha
S – Saarbrücken, Saulgau, Schemmerhofen, Schermbeck, Schongau, Schwäbisch Hall-Sulzdorf, Schwabmünchen, Schwaigern, Schwegenheim, Schweinfurt, Schwenningen, Senden, Siegenburg, Spraitbach, St Goarshausen, Stadtsteinach, Staufen, Stetten, Stockach, Stuhr-Heiligenrode, Suhl
T – Tettnang, Tiengen, Töpchin, Trebbin, Trebsen Mulde, Trostberg
U – Uffing, Uhldingen-Mühlhofen, Uttenweiler
V – Vaihingen, Villingen, Vilshofen-Pleinting, Völklingen
W – Waal, Waldburg, Waldsassen, Weingarten, Weitnau, Wiesloch, Willstätt, Worms-Pfeddersheim, Würzburg, Wurzen
Z – Zossen

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