Funding NGA: A European Perspective

A central plank of the European Digital Agenda launched last year is the objective – agreed by all 27 Member States – that every EU citizen should have access to 30MB broadband, and 50% of citizens should have access to 100MB, by 2020. This is in recognition that access to Next Generation Networks will be the crucial enabling infrastructure for Member States wishing to both improve their competitiveness and to improve the quality of life of their citizens.

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