Monday, July 25, 2005


DSL may have had things pretty much its way in Germany historically, moreso than in any other market except for Italy, but it looks like cable is now starting on a long road back from oblivion. Kabel Deutschland, which at 10m customers, has over half the cable households in Germany and is Europe's largest single market operator, is to offer triple play services in its Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland networks to 1m homes from October. Reading on in the press release we find that by year end an assault will also be launched on Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. Check out the coverage map (Flash).

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