Tim brings 10 Giga Super Fiber into homes

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Tim announces the arrival in Italian homes of connections in fibra FTTH high performance fino a 10 Giga bit per second thanks to technology XGSPON (10 Gigabit capable Symmetric Passive Optical Network). A technology that will bring enormous speeds to the homes of 4.2 million people in over 30 Italian cities.

Tim brings 10 Giga Fiber to Italian homes

Customers who subscribe to the offer in ‘All Inclusive’ fiber from the range Tim WiFi Power may have up to 10 Gigabits per second in download and 2 Gigabits in upload. The maximum speed available for home connections (and even more than what is required by the vast majority of companies).

Everything will be possible also thanks to the TIM 10Gb modem with integrated 10 Gb optical connector, WiFi 6 4 × 4 standard (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz), 1 10 Gb port, 4 Gb-Eth ports, 2 USB 3.1 ports. Think that you can connect up to 100 devices to home WiFi. A truly unprecedented power.

Andrea Rossini, Chief Consumer, Small & Medium Market Officer di TIMexplains: After a year of experimentation, we are proud to be able to launch an offer in 30 Italian cities that marks a new record in the world of telecommunications, once again by TIM. With the high-performance fiber we now offer our customers something unique in the Italian and European panorama, synonymous with excellence, on a wide coverage. TIM WiFi Power is the best of connectivity and user experience enhanced by an assistance service with high added value. Our goal is to provide the best quality to ensure that all people and companies can seize the opportunities offered by digital and its continuous developments “.

The new offer TIM WiFi Power ‘All Inclusive’ is in promotion at 34.90 euros per month (instead of 39.90). And it is available at 2.5 Gigabti reeds for customers who are not yet reached by the technology XGS-PON. However, more than enough speed to work, play, stream and any other activity you can think of. On more devices. Find more information here.