Oi FTTH network reaches 25 cities in Brasil

Brazilian telecommunications company Oi announced the expansion of its FTTH network to four new cities. In this way, it is now available in a total of 25 cities, reaching the target set for 2018.
Oi Fibra launched in the cities of Varginha and Montes Claros in Minas Gerais, and in Angra dos Reis and Campos dos Goytacazes in Rio de Janeiro. The service offers broadband at speeds of up to 200 mbps. Users can combine this product with the Oi Total bundle, which includes IPTV, VoIP and mobile telephony.
These municipalities join the other 21 where Oi Fibra is already available since September. To carry out this expansion, the operator uses its existing transport network with 350,000 km of fiber, which passes 2,000 municipalities.
Before starting its expansion plan in September, the company provided FTTH services only in some neighborhoods of Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte.