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Fibre Optics Makes Your Home a Modern Household

Fibre optics – technology of the future available today Optical fibre has possibilities like no other technology. It is the most progressive technology for data transmission today and represents a technological advantage for the next several decades. Fibre optics allows high-speed transmission of any data used by various communication services; thus it is able to respond flexibly to growing demands by end-users for speed and quality data transmission into the future.

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Fibre optics – technology of the future available today Optical fibre has possibilities like no other technology. It is the most progressive technology for data transmission today and represents a technological advantage for the next several decades. Fibre optics allows high-speed transmission of any data used by various communication services; thus it is able to respond flexibly to growing demands by end-users for speed and quality data transmission into the future.

Orange Doma will set the pace

The Orange optical network, bringing the optical connection directly to a customer’s home (FTTH technology), is the most modern technology in Slovakia. Currently, it covers 15 Slovak towns, making Orange Doma services available to more than 286,000 households. Interest in services based on the Orange fibre optic technology is skyrocketing and the number of customers using FiberNet, FiberTV, FiberTel or a combination of 2 or 3 of these services has increased to more than 28,000 households since the beginning of 2009.

Thanks to high-speed transmission of nearly unlimited amounts of digital data, purchasing a new LCD or plasma TV will really make sense with digital FiberTV. It is not only due to the quality of the image, but to a more intense TV watching experience than previously known. The programme mosaics offers an excellent selection of current TV programmes with more than 100 TV stations available and our virtual Video on Demand has a wide spectrum of movies. With the Stop and Rewind function, you can stop at any time and run the programme again later. And with FiberTV you can also watch a programme broadcast several days earlier. Moreover, FiberTV offers all Slovak TV programmes in HD resolution.

Every modern household today, in addition to a TV, includes a desktop or notebook computer with access to internet. Connecting over an optical network will allow you to surf the internet at unbelievable speeds up to 70 Mbit/s. Downloading films, music, videos or online games becomes almost instantaneous. FiberNet by Orange is not only a synonym for speed but also for connection stability and unlimited data transmission.

But there is also the third of the latest tripleplay services brought to you by Orange –FiberTel, a fixed telephone line. With FiberTel, fixed lines will experience a renaissance due to great prices. Only with FiberTel can you enjoy as many as one thousand minutes for calls to fixed networks in both Slovakia and Europe and as well enjoy unbelievably inexpensive calls to the Orange mobile network.

For more information, see www.orangedoma.sk.

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