French telecoms watchdog to shine a light on poor Internet access

The country’s telecoms regulator hopes that the move, combined with new high-speed Internet capacity targets announced on Thursday, will improve connectivity for around 65 million people living in France, which lags its European peers. France ranked 16th among the 28 European Union (EU) member countries for growth in Internet connectivity over the past year and below the average growth rate, according to February figures from the European Commission. In fixed-line, about six million French households currently benefit from fixed high-speed services.

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