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Slovakia testing simple connection to Internet

EVEN though Slovakia is already testing how to connect to the Internet through simply plugging into a wall socket, an actual service is still far away, the SME daily reports.

Energotel, the company that is testing the Internet service, is missing a technical solution that could compete with the price and quality of other Internet providers using connections through telephone lines or cable television.

Compiled by Magdalena MacLeod from press reports
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