UPC Romania launches Fiber Power 500 Mbps for 8 cities

Newsroom 21/08/2014 | 21:21

Cable television operator UPC Romania said Thursday that it launched a service enabling data transfer speeds of 500 Mbps for its clients in capital Bucharest and the cities of Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Constanta, Ploiesti, Iasi, Galati and Alba Iulia.

“UPC Romania extends its portfolio of high-speed internet services by launching Fiber Power 500 Mbps. In the first phase, the service will be available in eight cities – Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Timisoara, Constanta, Ploiesti, Iasi, Galati and Alba Iulia”, according to a press release from the telecom operator.

“We have a solid network, capable of supporting the latest technologies and superior digital products. (…) With Fiber Power 500 Mbps we address those clients that use the Internet intensively for bandwidth-consuming activities. As the number of WiFi devices increases, so does the users need for higher speeds. We want to offer all our clients the options and services that matches their consumption habits”, says Robert Redeleanu, marketing director UPC Romania.

In April of 2014, UPC announced that its 200 Mbps product is available in its entire coverage area.

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