Moscow Residents to Get State-of-the-Art Broadband

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MOSCOW - Russian wireline operator Moscow City Telephone Company (MGTS) plans to invest $1.6 billion over the next four years in building a fiber-to-the-home network using GPON technology, according to the company’s marketing director, Roman Plyachenko. MGTS plans to invest its own funds as well as those of partners that include its parent company, mobile operator MTS.

MGTS expects about 3.6 million households to be able to connect to the company’s GPON network by the end of 2014, compared with about 600 subscribers today. Currently, the operator provides broadband services to about 336,000 users via ADSL.

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