Leudelange, first 'total fibre optic' commune in Luxembourg – P&T launches its ultra-high-speed LuxFibre Internet service.
Thanks to an exemplary collaboration between the local authorities, the civil engineering companies involved in the project and P&T, Leudelange is the first commune in the Grand Duchy to see completion of its 'total fibre optic' infrastructure.
In the presence of numerous representatives from the local and national political, economic and social spheres, Jeannot Krecké, Minister of the Economy and Foreign Trade, Rob Roemen, Mayor of Leudelange, and Marcel Gross, CEO of P&TLuxembourg, connected the 'An der Eech' cultural centre in Leudelange to P&T's ultra-high-speed network today. This is the first P&T LuxFibre 100 Mbps connection to be put into service in this commune.
P&T is actively working on deploying fibre-optic technology throughout the country. Other areas will also soon have 'total fibre optic' coverage.
The LuxFibre service just launched by P&T means speeds of up to 100 Mbps and a much faster Internet connection, both for downloading and sending, compared to the current residential connections. P&T’s LuxFibre will contribute to increase the attractiveness of Luxembourg and, in accordance with the government's strategic plan, help to position Luxembourg among the leading countries with national ultra-high-speed coverage. Under this plan, all Luxembourg households will have access to speeds of up to 100 Mbps by 2015.
P&T's LuxFibre service offer (eligibility, price) can be consulted at www.luxfibre.lu