Cable operator UPC Slovakia has extended its high-speed fibre broadband service to the city of Trnava.
Residents of Trnava, situated in the western part of the country,Â can now receive broadband speeds of up to 120Mbps for 40 per month. Other speeds are also available, including 60Mbps for Â30, 30Mbps for Â23, 10Mbps for Â16 and 2Mbps for Â13. The operator also offers a fibre service specifically for businesses. UPC Fiber Power Business, designed for small and medium-sized businesses, provides broadband access with speeds of 60Mbps for Â35 during the first 12 months of a 24-month contract, the remaining 12 months being priced at Â40. The service offers two fixed IP addresses, 20 email accounts, 100MB of storage and space for 200MB of email storage.
UPCÂs fibre network is now available in 20 Slovakian cities and has 60,000 subscribers. The 120Mbps and 60Mbps services, which are based on EuroDOCSIS 3.0, are available in Bratislava, Trnava and Kosice.
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