European Communications’ latest quarterly survey looks at the current fibre broadband landscape in Europe. Click here to share your views.

Amid a major regulatory update, continued debate about the role of FTTC-based technologies and discussion around how best to market services to customers, fibre broadband is one of the hot button issues.

The survey looks at the current drivers for deploying fibre and the challenges operators face as they do so.

With the European Commission’s new Electronic Communications Code promising a revised regulatory environment and updates broadband targets, are telcos more likely to invest?

If they are, will proponents of a mixed technology approach be vindicated or will those who insist that FTTH is the only way forward be shown to be right in the future?

Whatever technology operators choose to deploy, what is the most significant lever that they have at their disposal to persuade customers to sign up to fibre broadband?

All these questions and more are tackled in the survey, the results of which will appear in the Q4 issue of European Communications magazine, which will be published in December.

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